Labor headlines from the April 2, 1999, edition of the Northwest Labor Press
Corvallis bus drivers stage one-day
- ATU 757 sends a message to the City Council and school district.
Union-owned Global Mariner documents
- The converted cargo ship, owned by the International Transport Workers Federation, is part of a campaign to take the "flag-of-convenience" campaign to the world public.
Sheet Metal Union feels heat of prison
- A metal fabrication shop at the Oregon State Penitentiary is competing with union shops for business.
House votes to roll back minimum
- For the first time in 22 years - since the elimination of tip credit by the Oregon Legislature in 1977 - a sub-minimum wage for restaurant workers has passed the House.
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