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  • iMail , News June 25, 2009

    iMail for Thursday, June 25, 2009

    DUI Conviction May Prevent Travel to Canada In addition to having a current U.S. passport, IAM members from the United States planning to attend the 2009 Communications Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, should be aware that Canada may restrict entry to persons who have been convicted of minor offenses in any country, including shoplifting, theft,

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  • iMail , News June 23, 2009

    iMAIL for Tuesday, June 23, 2009

    Jobs Data Makes Strong Case for Second Stimulus Experts warn of continued job loss, suggesting the need for another stimulus package in order to thwart the country’s current economic plunge. Nouriel Roubini, the economist credited with predicting the current global credit crisis, is reported in Reuters as saying the economy will most likely not recover

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  • iMail , News June 18, 2009

    iMail for Tuesday, June 16, 2009(1)

    Negotiations to Resume with Vance Contractors Contract negotiations between IAM Local 898 and contractors at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, OK, are set to resume following a public invitation by the union for company representatives to return to the bargaining table. “The IAM stands ready, as we have from the last day of negotiations,

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  • iMail , News June 16, 2009

    iMAIL for Tuesday, June 16, 2009

    Maryland Landscapers Sign Card Check Agreement The men and women who design, construct and maintain some of the finest commercial and residential landscapes in Maryland will have the opportunity to craft their first collective bargaining agreement thanks to a recognition agreement signed recently at IAM headquarters in Upper Marlboro, MD. “It’s an honor and a privilege

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  • iMail , News June 11, 2009

    iMAIL for Thursday, June 11, 2009

    Tell Congress Now: No Tax on Health Benefits! Even more important than the current debate over the need for health care reform, is who will pay for that reform. An alarming option under consideration is eliminating or capping the tax exclusion for employer-sponsored health coverage. While President Obama has said he does not favor this approach, there are some in

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