9th District Progress Meeting.
Exciting work prospects headlined the May 14-16 Ninth District Progress meeting hosted by Anchorage, Alaskas Local 1547....July 27, 2001.
Big Money Pours Into Oklahoma To Pass Right to Work in September.
Oklahomans will vote September 25 on a state ban on union security clauses a so-called right-to-work law and the areas foremost union haters are already weighing in with $1.3 million...July 26, 2001.
Local 15 Strikers Remain Solid In Fifth Week of Chicago Walkout.
Chicagos 1,150 Local 15 workers remain on strike, as they enter a second month of picketing power plants owned by Midwest Generation....July 24, 2001.
eLCOSH: A New Web Site on Construction Safety and Health.
Chicagos 1,150 Local 15 workers remain on strike, as they enter a second month of picketing power plants owned by Midwest Generation....July 19, 2001.
McNally Resigns as IEC Chairman.
On July 11, 2001, Jack McNally resigned the office of Chairman of the IBEW International Executive Council....July 18, 2001.
Lavin Appointed to 7th District IEC Seat.
Business Manager/Financial Secretary Patrick Lavin of Local 47, Diamond Bar, California, was appointed...July 18, 2001.
Milton Foster Chosen As Chairman of IEC.
Milton L. Foster, business manager and financial secretary of IBEW Local 191, Everett, Washington, is the new chairman of the IBEW International Executive Council....July 18, 2001.
Now There is a Union Strawberry.
On March 8, 2001, the United Farm Workers of America reached an historic milestone by signing a 3-year contract with the largest grower of strawberries in the United States, Coastal Berry Company....July 18, 2001.
3rd District Progress Meeting.
The opportunities to make statewide political gains in New Jersey and Pennsylvania were among the highlights of the IBEW Third District Progress Meeting June 13-15 in Atlantic City....July 16, 2001.
Henry Miller: IBEW's Founder Kindled a Legacy.
July 10, 2001 marks the anniversary of the untimely death of IBEW's founding President....July 11, 2001.
House Opponents Likely To Derail Fast Track.
President Bushs reach for autonomy over trade agreements is running into opposition in Congress....July 6, 2001.