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the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 42, Number 3
May 2003 to Jun 2003

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Included articles:

The Shipyard Workers Union affiliates with IBB; Local 696 says no to concessions; Solidarity is winning factor for L-449; ULPs ensure company complies with NLRA; Checkbook Economics; The 2003 tax cuts aren't what Congress & Bush say they are; Boilermakers National Health & Welfare Plan Privacy Practice; Settlements; and much more ...

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Bush, Congress Must Like Red Ink

Charles W. Jones, International President Emeritus

Tax cut, budget will raise deficits, slow down the economy, and benefit wealthy at expense of poor

If you think the destruction of Saddam Hussein's regime was accomplished in record time, take a look at the U.S. federal government's budget and our country's economy.

In just two years, the U.S. has gone from having a long-term budget surplus, a strong currency, and a decreasing national debt into a country with a long-term budget deficit, a weakening currency, and soaring national debt.

Reporter  V42N3

Reporter  V42N3

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