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  • Bush tax cut leaves 16 million kids behind

    Bush tax cut leaves 16 million kids behind

    June 6, 2003

    CHICAGO – With eyes as big as headlights, Tatiana Graves is the center of the world to her doting family. It’s hard to imagine anyone leaving this chubby-cheeked cherub behind. But the 5-year-old is one of...

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  • National Clips

    National Clips

    June 5, 2003

    Nationwide: This week over 9,000 workers ‘join the union’ The week of June 3 was a good week for the labor movement. Three thousand public workers, the Washington Public Employees Association, voted to affiliate with the...

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  • PWW/Mundo announces new managing editor

    PWW/Mundo announces new managing editor

    June 5, 2003

    CHICAGO – Mark Almberg recently joined the People’s Weekly World/Nuestro Mundo as managing editor. Almberg, a long-time activist and member of the Chicago Newspaper Guild/CWA Local 34071, is looking forward to being a part of the...

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  • National Clips

    National Clips

    May 30, 2003

    NEW YORK, N.Y.: Workers killed in “mistaken” raids Within 48 hours, New York City policemen killed 2 residents in what the department has termed “mistaken” raids. Alberta Spruill, 57, a city worker, was home in her...

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  • Vet health care  worth saving

    Vet health care worth saving

    May 29, 2003 By Wally Kaufman

    Under the headline “A Storm is Brewing,” the May issue of The American Legion Magazine contains an interview with National Commander Ronald F. Conley, an Air Force veteran and pipe fitter from Pittsburgh.

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