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the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 43, Number 1
Jan 2004 to Feb 2004

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Included articles:

Industrial Union Council lobbies Congress for trade and manufacturing; Local 502 members support American Cancer Society's "Relay for Life"; NTL members build tank for Petty family's special-needs camp; Bush Administration caught in 'cover-up'; Locals 106 and 433 contribute to award-winning juice tank technology; Local D6 goes five years without an accident; Learn to Lobby; The New Medicare: A bitter pill; Boilermakers and Alliance for Economic Justice endorse John Kerry; and much, much more ...

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Boilermakers Endorse John Kerry

Newton B. Jones, Intl. President

John Kerry will listen to workers' needs and work with us to address our concerns.

When Congressman Dick Gephardt withdrew as a candidate for president of the United States, working families lost our strongest champion in the race.

It was a great honor to endorse and work on behalf of a man of such honor and integrity - a true hero to working men and women, union and non-union. Dick Gephardt has been a pillar of strength and dignity his entire political career, and it is the country's loss that he won't be the next president.

Reporter  V43N1

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