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Retiree proud to be union in Wisconsin

I RETIRED AFTER 41 1/2 years as a Boilermaker. I was very proud to be a union worker for my whole welding career! Proud to be a union worker and fight against this anti-labor governor in Wisconsin. He is a piece of work!

Thank you for all you do to help unions!

Tom Regner
Local 697, retired
Granton, Wisconsin

Locals  L-697
Reporter  V56N3
Published on the Web: June 14, 2017

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