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D.C. MEMBER'S VOICE OUT AT CASINO RALLY ON MASSACHUSETTS STATE HOUSE!!!

D.C. MEMBER'S VOICE OUT AT CASINO RALLY ON MASSACHUSETTS STATE HOUSE!!!
D.C. 35 Members stood together in solidarity at the State House yesterday to push for legalization of casinos in order to create much needed jobs in Massachusetts.
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‘NO RESPECT’: Local 1952 member Tom McAuliffe raises his horn at a teachers union rally yesterday outside the school department’

‘NO RESPECT’: Local 1952 member Tom McAuliffe raises his horn at a teachers union rally yesterday outside the school department’Members of Boston School Custodians Local #1952 made up a large section of the over 1,200 person crowd protesting cuts in the Boston School Department on March 24th. The budget cuts specifically target Boston School Custodians with between 80 to 100 members losing their jobs under the budget approved by the School Committee late Wednesday night. The Boston Herald quoted Local #1952 President and Twenty-five-year custodian Dave Jelley of Allston saying: “They have no respect for us. They don’t care if the schools are clean.” “The schools will be filthy,” added 13-year custodian Tony Nunziat in the Herald story covering the large, loud rally.
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OUT OF WORK DC 35 MEMBERS TURN CAMBRIDGE LDS 100% UNION

OUT OF WORK DC 35 MEMBERS TURN CAMBRIDGE LDS 100% UNIONThrough the efforts of unemployed DC 35 members with support from Cambridge City Councilor, Marjorie Decker, Servicing Director Bill Doherty and Organizing Director Paul Canning were able to turn the job at the Church of Latter Day Saints Cambridge, a stronghold for union labor, over to the painter's of DC 35.
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