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June 29, 2001
  • Bush Plan Takes a Whack at Social Security
  • ‘Fast Track’ Bill Ignores Workers
  • Busy Summer for Transportation Organizing

June 26, 2001

  • Kourpias, Alliance Demand Drug Plan
  • Congress Gears Up for ‘Fast Track’
  • Minimum Wage Increase Draws Support
  • Florida’s Bush Whacks Children’s Programs
  • Deadline Nears for Tool & Die Conference
  • Opt-in imail Subscriptions Now Available on IAM Website

June 22, 2001

  • Stall By United Draws Call for Strike Vote
  • Congress Mulls Patients’ Rights Bills
  • House GOP Whacks Jobless Workers
  • House Committee Votes to Gut Highway Safety
  • Uncle Sam Calling, or Ed McMahon?
  • IAM Joins Shipyard Organizing Drive
  • Last Call For Newsletter/Website/Photo Contest

June 19, 2001

  • IAM Wraps Up Giant Boeing Organizing Campaign
  • IAM-UAL Negotiations Resume in Washington
  • Deadline Set For AMFA Question at United
  • Manufacturing Sector in ‘Full Blown Recession’
  • Rail Pension Bill Gains Steam
  • Wall St. Sharks Eye Social Security

June 13, 2001

  • Senate Democrats Target Bush Agenda
  • Patients’ Rights Bill Gains House Ally
  • IAM Challenges Unfair Picket Ruling
  • Local 1377 Members Win $37,000 Award
  • Contest Deadline Nears
  • New Movie and Book Highlight Worker Struggles

June 7, 2001

  • IAM-UAL Talks Recessed by Federal Mediators
  • Rail Retirement Bill on Fast Track
  • AFL-CIO Leaders Mobilize for Airline Members
  • Varsel Takes Over As Airline Coordinator
  • SFO Organizing Effort Scores Another Win
  • Deadline Near for Worker's Memorial

June 5, 2001

  • IAM Wins Pact at Boeing-St. Louis
  • Workers Win in Florida Air Force Base Vote
  • Federal Air Traffic Controllers Win Pay Raise