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May 31, 2002
  • Jobless Figures Remain Sky High
  • Zero Tolerance for Passenger Rage
  • Seniority Rules at Hamilton in Connecticut
  • District 143, Alaska Airline Begin Negotiations
  • Seniors Seek Canadian Drugs
  • CBTU Delegates Map Voter Strategies
  • United Way Honors IAM
  • Every Vote Counts

    May 28, 2002

  • Oregon Unions OK ‘New Alliance’
  • Corporate Taxes: Welfare for the Wealthy
  • Privatization? What’s in a Name?
  • Retiree Group Blasts FTC, Networks

    May 24, 2002

  • Heroes Treatment Fund Launched in NYC
  • Machinists Oppose AFL-CIO Dues Surtax
  • Boeing Trades U.S. Jobs for Overseas Sales
  • Senate Passes Fast Track Bill
  • IAM-NFFE Wins $203,797 Back Pay Award

    May 21, 2002

  • ‘Heroes’ Documentary Premiers in NYC
  • Drone Pilots Fly Union
  • Fast Track Awaits Senate Vote
  • Economic ‘Boom’ Leaves Workers Behind
  • USDA Chief Visits NFFE Forest Service Products Lab

    May 17, 2002

  • Fast Track Ploy Hits Senate Snag
  • IAM Wins at Hawaiian Air
  • Delegates Snubbed on Capitol Hill
  • Auto Mechs Win Fight For IAM Representation
  • IAM Resolutions UAL Shareholder Approval
  • Machinists, US Airways Discuss Restructuring
  • Aerospace Commission Hears Work Issues
  • LL2379, Alcoa-Intalco Team-up to Save Jobs

    May 14, 2002

  • Legislative Conference Blankets Congress
  • Five Contracts Ratified at United Airlines
  • HPWO Partnership Wins In Kentucky
  • Stanley Works Offshore Exit Blocked
  • IAM, Boeing Streamline Arms Production
  • IAM-NFFE Wins Grant On Forest Restoration

    May 10, 2002
  • Aerospace Delegates Vow War on Economic Terrorism
  • Senate Eyes Flawed Trade Pact
  • ‘Day of Action’ Shows IAM Solidarity
  • Retirement ‘Boom’ Goes Bust
  • Working Mothers Work Longer Hours
  • Here’s a Chance to Win a Hawg!

    May 7, 2002

  • Jobs Top Agenda at IAM Aerospace Conference
  • IAM Slates ‘Day of Action’
  • Members OK New Pact at DynCorp
  • NMB Issues Single Carrier Ruling
  • Southwest Stewards Assemble in St. Louis
  • GOP Reneges On Civility in Politics Vow

    May 3, 2002

  • ‘Fast Track’ Moves to Senate Stage
  • Brain Tumors Probed at Pratt & Whitney
  • Labor Mourns Passing of ‘Labor Priest’
  • Unemployment Rate Hits 7 Year High
  • UAL’s Creighton Deserves Credit
  • Members to Vote on Tentative Pact at DynCorp
  • IAM Welcomes Raytheon Aerospace LLC Mechanics at Scott AFB