Labor headlines from the June 21, 2002, edition of the Northwest Labor Press
AFL-CIO says: 'Ted Kulongoski
Union voters helped put Ted Kulongoski over the top in the Democratic primary for governor and elected the state's next labor commissioner, Dan Gardner, and a new state superintendent of public instruction, Susan Castillo.
CWA applauds support of Beaverton
mayor for AT&T merger
Communications Workers of America announced support for the proposed merger of AT&T Broadband and Comcast Corp.
Delegates debate issues at Oregon
Delegates to the 47th annual convention of the Oregon AFL-CIO committed to boosting the participation of union members in elections with a pro-active campaign for working families.
Oregon AFL-CIO opposes health
The Oregon AFL-CIO convention announced candidate endorsements for the November general election and took action on several initiative petitions that could be on the ballot if they qualify with enough signatures.
Custodians take jobs campaign to
school board neighbors
Running out of options as their co-workers start to get pink slips, Portland Public Schools custodians have taken to shaming board members who duck responsibility for the layoffs.
More news articles
Bakers 114 okays contracts with Franz, Williams
John Endicott elected business manager of #290
Protesters rap Exxon's energy policy at ANWR
ATU 757 reaches pacts with Laidlaw at Tri-Met and PPS
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