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  • iMail , News April 2, 2007

    iMail for Thursday, March 29, 2007

    Aerospace Conference Focused on Growth The Democratic Governor of Oregon, Ted Kulongoski, received a standing ovation from more than 200 delegates, staff and guests on the opening day of the 2007 IAM Aerospace Conference in Portland, OR. The applause grew louder during his remarks as the former truck driver displayed a solid understanding of the

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  • iMail , News March 27, 2007

    iMail for Tuesday, March 27, 2007

    Maytag Veteran Calls on Congress to Fix Trade Agreements Former IAM Local Lodge 2063 President Dave Bevard testified  before Congress today, speaking about the shortcomings of Trade Adjustment Assistance and the need for fair trade agreements. Bevard worked at Maytag Refrigeration Products in Galesburg, Illinois for 32 years when, on October 11, 2002, the company told

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  • iMail , News March 22, 2007

    iMail for Thursday March 22, 2007

    Lou Dobbs Examines China’s Aircraft Ambitions IP Tom Buffenbarger is scheduled to appear Thursday, March 22, on CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight as part of a news segment about China’s entry into the global commercial aircraft market. “The recent announcement that China will be entering the large commercial aircraft market comes as no surprise to the

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  • iMail , News March 20, 2007

    iMail for Tuesday March 20, 2007

    IAM Establishes Tornado Relief Fund Victims of the tornado that cut through Southern Alabama nearly 3 weeks ago are doing everything they can to put their lives back together. But that can be a tall order when all that’s left are the clothes on your back and a pile of sticks where your house once

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  • iMail , News March 15, 2007

    iMail for Thursday March 15, 2007

    Vote Ends Lockout at AK Steel in Ohio IAM members at AK Steel in Middletown, OH voted overwhelmingly this week to approve a new contract that secures workers’ pensions and brings an end to the nearly 13-month long lockout. The vote was 1,275 in favor, 226 opposed. The agreement calls for wage increases of up

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