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Carly Thomas / The Hollywood Reporter:
California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoes a WGA- and SAG-AFTRA-backed bill that would have given unemployment benefits to striking workers like writers and actors
Laura Wagner / Washington Post:
A profile of More Perfect Union, a nonprofit labor-advocacy publication with a $5.5M annual budget, 28 employees, and a video-first approach on social media
Nicole Sperling / New York Times:
Profile of Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, who has been SAG-AFTRA's executive director and chief negotiator since 2021, as talks with the studios begin again on Monday
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