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We Need Your Help To Investigate H-1B Visas In The Bay Area By: Audrey Cooper

Go to www.beaconreader.com And Click On “The Faces Behind The H-1B Debate” To Pledge Your Financial Support!

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Illinois AFL-CIO Weekly Legislative Update October 9, 2015

Illinois AFL-CIO Weekly Legislative Update October 9, 2015

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Pathway to Building Trades Apprenticeship Informational Fairs September 25, 2015 & October 5, 2015

Entry Into a Building Trades Apprenticeship Can Lead To a Promising Career In The Construction Industry. September 28, 2015, Springfield, ILL - October 5, 2015, Decatur, ILL

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CWA Members & Retirees Vote For President

POLLS CLOSE TODAY! DEC. 10, 2015 -VOTE NOW! CWA Members & Retirees! Please Take ePoll To Rank Your Top Three Candidates For President Of The United States ! VOTE TODAY!

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The Immigrant Welfare Debate Is Back September 8, 2015 matloff

The political climate involving immigration in the mid-1990s was starkly different from what we see today, with one of the big issues being welfare usage.

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Why A National Monument To A Union-Busting Robber Baron? By: Jim Hightower

" The Only Way That Pullman National Monument Can Have Any Legitimacy Is For The Grounds To Be Strewn With Sculptures Of The 30 Dead Workers He Killed.” By: Jim Hightower

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THE PARABLE OF PULLMAN - THE PULLMAN STRIKE 1884

Pullman Became The Storm Center For One Of The Classic Labor Struggles In American Social History. Labor Day Was Designated A Federal Holiday Shortly After The Pullman Strike

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Celebrate Labor Day In Pullman National Monument

Celebrate Labor Day In Pullman National Monument. At 12:30 You Can Ride a Trolley Car And Learn More About The History Of The Town And Workers Of Pullman. Space Is Limited.

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RIP Mollie Lieber West Member/Retiree Chicago Typographical Union No. 16

RIP Mollie West - As A Teenager, Mollie Experienced A Baptism Under Fire During The Citywide Demonstration In Support Of Republic Steel Strikers, As Ten Died On Memorial Day 1937.

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Barking Up The Wrong Tree (Continued) July 20, 2015 matloff

Readers May Have Heard of Virgil Bierschwale, A Veteran Programmer Who Has long Been Out Of Work. He Believes Congress Has Stacked The Deck Against People Like Him.

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CWA National - News from the Front Lines

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