Richard rodriguez workers essay

REVERSED the Board’s ruling which did not allow a hearing to determine the applicability of §25-a. Specifically, when the Special Fund for Reopened Cases (Fund) sought to have a hearing to determine if there were advance payments by the employer to the claimant. The Law Judge, affirmed by a Board panel, denied that request. In reversing the Board the Court noted that, “Inasmuch as the record does not contain an affidavit or testimony of claimant or any other evidence regarding whether claimant was performing light or limited duties and, if so, whether she received full wages, we find that the Board's decision is not supported by substantial evidence and the matter must be remitted for further development of the record.”
Prevailing party represented by: Jill B. Singer of counsel to the Special Funds Conservation Committee for Special Fund for Reopened Cases, respondent. [39248-7862]

The convention devoted a full day to discussion of the problems of the labor movement and the role of the new organization in the unions, with "National Secretary of the Convention Arrangements Committee" Jim Cannon delivering the primary report. While criticizing the "reactionary role which the AF of L leadership has played," Cannon declared that "our party...takes a clear-cut position in favor of the earliest and completest possible unification of the AF of L and the CIO, and also the hitherto unaffiliated Railroad Brotherhoods." [24]

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