Labor headlines from the June 2, 2000, edition of the Northwest Labor Press

NW Labor Press celebrates first century, looks to second

On the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Northwest Labor Press, a history of this newspaper.

Judge rules Oregon Steel must pay lost wages

In a long-anticipated ruling, a federal judge agreed May 17 with the Denver office of the National Labor Relations Board that Oregon Steel Mills illegally locked out steelworkers at its Pueblo, Colo., plant, and that it owes backpay plus interest to all the strikers.

AFL-CIO COPE confab June 19-20

Carpenters will borrow delegates June 19 for 'responsible bidder' rally at Corvallis hospital.

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