Daily Archives: August 15, 2014

Clinton Camanche Labor Walk August 25

I have confirmed that we will have access to walk lists – labor to labor – to use on Monday, August 25th. I hope you all can make it. We will be canvassing union households who live in the City … Continue reading

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ARA Update

Alliance Members Honor 79th Birthday of Social Security Our nation’s Social Security system celebrated its 79th anniversary on Thursday, and Alliance members commemorated the important event by throwing more than 30 birthday parties across the country with cake and balloons. … Continue reading

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Soapbox: Appel Stands Up For Seniors and Middle Class

Democrat Highlights Promise to Protect Seniors on 79th Anniversary of Social Security DES MOINES – Staci Appel (D-Ackworth) Democratic nominee for Congress from the 3rd district, vowed to be an advocate for middle class and seniors today at the Des Moines Register Soap … Continue reading

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Labor History

August 16 George Meany, plumber, founding AFL-CIO president, born in City Island, Bronx. In his official biography, George Meany and His Times, he said he had “never walked a picket line in his life.” He also said he took part … Continue reading

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