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Volume 41, Number 5
Sep 2002 to Oct 2002

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District 5 holds first convention, L-483 members win back-pay at Joy Mining, local leaders attend training and education programs, Send corporate coddlers a pink slip, House Medicare drug bill is no cure, Candidate endorsements, A grievance log helps categorize facts, and much, much more ...

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Use Your Vote To Tell Congress That Working Families Matter

Charles W. Jones, International President Emeritus

We can't outspend corporations — but we can outvote them

IT'S ELECTION TIME again in the United States — time to give Congress their report card. Election day is the best opportunity working families have to send a message to Washington that our lives matter.

What we do matters. We matter.

For nearly two years now, the Bush administration and the Republican-dominated House of Representatives have been acting as though working people are unimportant. They have insulted and injured us, while passing legislation written by lobbyists for large corporations.

Reporter  V41N5

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