Labor headlines from the January 2, 1998, edition of the Northwest Labor Press

Two seats open on Oregon AFL-CIO E-Board; new L-M committee staffed
There are two openings on the Executive Board of the Oregon AFL-CIO following the resignations of Bert Larson of Bend and Wally Mehrens of Portland.

Wells Fargo loses more accounts

More local unions and labor councils are withdrawing money from Wells Fargo Bank in a show of support for 1,100 striking Steelworkers at CF&I in Pueblo, Colo. The company is owned by Portland-based Oregon Steel Mills.

'Made in USA' standard will mean what it says

In reaction to widespread public and political pressure, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reversed itself and dropped its plan to lower the standard for use of the "Made in USA" label.

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