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  • News September 19, 2006

    IAM Bike Build to Benefit Guide Dogs of America

    The IAMAW Bike Build, a unique fundraiser that allows visitors to track the progress of a custom bike being built and then enter to win it, is underway in an effort to raise money for Guide Dogs of America. IAM District 26 members Ron and Chuck Wendt of Rowe Machine in Wallingford, CT are performing

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  • News September 19, 2006

    IAM Historical Treasures Found in Attic

    What Christina Carter found in the attic of the house her grandfather built is a treasure-trove of IAM history. Buried under generations of keepsakes were items belonging to Carter’s great-grandfather, Peter J. Conlon, a pioneer and builder of the IAM. “I just couldn’t throw the artifacts away,” explained history-lover Carter. “I wanted to pass them

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  • iMail , News September 14, 2006

    iMail for Thursday, September 14, 2006

    Former Texas Governor Ann Richards Dies Former Texas Governor and progressive Democrat Ann Richards, 73, died yesterday from esophageal cancer at her home in Austin. Richards was elected governor of Texas in 1991 after a brutal campaign against West Texas millionaire Clayton Williams. Richards went on to help revitalize the state’s economy, appoint more women

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  • News September 14, 2006

    New Website Exposes Union Busters

    Union busting is a big industry in the United States, and a new website sponsored by American Rights at Work lifts the lid on the slimy “Center for Union Facts.” and other organizations behind the rash of misleading anti-union television and print propaganda from corporate America. With pages of background and extensive research, the new

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  • News September 14, 2006

    Former Texas Governor Ann Richards Dies

    Former Texas Governor and progressive Democrat Ann Richards, 73, died yesterday from esophageal cancer at her home in Austin. Richards was elected governor of Texas in 1991 after a brutal campaign against West Texas millionaire Clayton Williams. Richards went on to help revitalize the state’s economy, appoint more women and minorities to state agencies and

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