Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Union Journalists Will Vote to Go on Strike


Journalists at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will soon vote to go on strike following a move by management that implemented parts of a new contract without consent of the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh, the union representing more than 120 journalists currently on staff at the paper. The Post-Gazette is the largest newspaper in Western Pennsylvania, and its reporters were awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 2019 for their coverage of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting.

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