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June 28, 2002
  • White House and IAM Discuss Amtrak, US Airways
  • Families Stonewalled in P & W Cancer Study
  • Bush Plan Zings Social Security
  • Drug Firms, GOP Party Hearty
  • IAM Partners with Aviation High School
  • Last Call for IAM Photo Contest Entries

    June 25, 2002
  • IAM-Boeing Open Contract Talks
  • Rail Labor Leaders Meet With DOT’s Mineta to Save AMTRAK
  • Ergonomics Bill Gets Committee OK
  • IAM Joins Worldwide Action to Free Korean Labor Leaders
  • U.S. Foreign Debt a Major Threat
  • Canadian Member Makes “Cut for the Cure” 
  • Senate Blocks Tax Gift to Wealthy 
  • K-Kids Raise Funds for K-9s

    June 21, 2002
  • IAM Poised to Open ‘Master Contract’ Talks With Boeing
  • Survival Crisis Looms for Amtrak
  • IMF Conference Endorses Aerospace Resolution
  • UAL Active Ownership Committee Responds
  • Local 623 Member Wins CLUW Scholarship
  • Photo Contest Deadline Near

    June 18, 2002

  • ‘Honest Graft’ Threatens Democracy, says IAM Journal
  • International Solidarity Marks IMF Aerospace Session
  • Solidarity Aids Enron Workers
  • Senate Hears Voice@Work
  • Democrats Unveil Medicare Drug Benefit
  • Amtrak President Interviewed on PBS

    June 14, 2002

  • Labor Leaders Seek Manufacturing Solutions
  • IAM-Boeing Negotiations Draw Near
  • Machinists Say “No Thanks” to United Airlines Offer
  • IAM Backs Union Rights for Federal Workers
  • Airline Worker Rights at Risk
  • Good News for Shipyard Workers
  • Recovery Resources Now Available to IAM Retirees

    June 11, 2002
  • ‘Heroes’ Documentary Available Online
  • Preparations Underway for IAM-NWA Negotiations
  • US Airways Applies for Loan Guarantees
  • GOP Eyes Lobbyists’ Litmus Test
  • Labor Dept. Touts New Job Venture
  • Estate Tax Ban: Welfare for the Wealthy
  • Just Say ‘No’ to Child Labor

    June 7, 2002  

  • RX Express Off to Great Start
  • Byline Strike Slams Washington Post
  • The Rich Get Richer…
  • Voice@Work Month in Full Swing
  • Showdown at the Amtrak Corral

    June 4, 2002  

  • Frank Savage Vacates Enron Hot Seat
  • Boeing’s Stonecipher Exits to Applause
  • Hope at Hand for Kentucky Rail Facility
  • Voices at Work Month Kicks Off
  • IAM Member Wins Scholarship
  • Memorial Service Set for Labor’s Priest
  • Local 743 Pitches In to Prevent Drug Abuse