TEREX workers seek justice, Bank of Labor will open DC office, Navy launches L-696-build LCS7, Magazines name two Boilermaker-worked projects best of 2014, LEAP 2015 issues and registration, U.S. shipbuilding dodges McCain broadside, and much, much more!

Locals award service pins

National Transient Lodge

MARK VANDIVER, Director, National Transient Division Services, reports presentation of a membership pin to the following:

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Apprenticeship areas plan 2015 contests

Local 456 will host national event

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LEAP 2015 Tentative Issues

MANY ISSUES WILL come before Congress between now and the LEAP Conference in mid-May.

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Two UN officials split on future of fossil fuels

Christiana Figueres

UN Climate Chief Christiana Figueres

“Most fossil fuels should stay in the ground”

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Can climate action succeed without CCS?

Newton B. Jones, Intl. President

Major obstacles remain to shrink carbon footprint

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Egyptian-born L-28 member reflects on career

I came to America from Egypt in 1982 when I was 22, looking for a better life. My father-in-law, the late John A. Harmer Jr., a first-generation Boilermaker, encouraged me to join the trade.

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Local 169 notches 120 years

AN ICE SCULPTURE depicting the Boilermakers’ official seal helped set the stage for Local 169’s celebration of 120 years as an IBB lodge February 14.

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L-83, American Legion help vets in need

Lewandowski, right, presents a donation to Suthers at the Local 83 union hall.

MARK SUTHERS, A retired Local 83 member who now commands American Legion Post 598 in Kansas City, Mo., hoped he could count on his lodge to come through with help for veterans in need this past Feb

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Magazines name two Boilermaker-worked projects best of 2014

Boundary Dam, Ivanpah receive international honors

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Union decline mirrors rise of top 10 percent

Chart illustrates labor density/income inequality connection

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