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
- 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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