Labor headlines from the January 4, 2002, edition of the Northwest Labor Press

Striking nurses find community support

More than 700 supporters of striking nurses at Oregon Health and Sciences University in southwest Portland mobilized for a morning solidarity march Dec. 27.

The year in review - Oregon AFL-CIO looks back on 2001

A summary of the year's most important news for Oregon's labor movement.

Voter Education Project fights petition fraud

The new project is a non-profit organization headed by Jeannie Berg, a veteran of the ballot initiative system who, among other things, worked on the successful 1996 campaign to increase the state's minimum wage.

Congressional hearing gets earful from PGE employees

Two members of Portland-based International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 125 testified Dec. 18 before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.

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