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  • iMail , News , Politics & Legislation October 12, 2017

    Fix NAFTA

    IAM recently joined other organizations in delivering more than 350,000 petitions demanding that NAFTA’s expansive corporate rights and protections and Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) be eliminated during renegotiations. ISDS allows corporations to sue countries for alleged discriminatory practices, with outcomes determined by panels of private corporate attorneys who help advance the interests of corporations.

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  • Apprenticeship , iMail , News October 12, 2017

    IAM Awarded Nearly 400K

    The IAM has been awarded three Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) grants totaling nearly $400,000.  

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  • iMail , News , Southern October 12, 2017

    The Little Engine That Did

    It was 1967 and the world looked very different than today. The Vietnam War was raging. O.J. Simpson was having a stellar year as a running back at USC. Elvis Presley married Priscilla in Las Vegas. The world’s first human heart transplant was performed.

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  • iMail , News October 10, 2017

    Wichita Machinists Vote Yes for the Future

    “This is what belonging to the IAM looks like. A strong Union contract that not only takes care of the workers on the shop floor right now, but also sets a trajectory for the future of Aerospace in Wichita,” said IAMAW’s Southern Territory Mark A. Blondin. “That’s a headline worth reading!”

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  • iMail , News , Politics & Legislation October 10, 2017

    IAM Opposes China’s Unfair Trade Practices

    IAM Chief of Staff and Director of Trade and Globalization, Owen Herrnstadt, testified before the U.S. government regarding China’s unfair trade practices in the aerospace industry.  Citing numerous transfers of production to China, including the building of Boeing’s 737 finishing facility in China, Herrnstadt noted “China’s continuing development of its own aerospace industry and the

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