When Congress enacted the federal recovery plan, many state and federal leaders demanded “Buy American” provisions to ensure that the recovery plan funds would be directed to job creation in communities devastated by layoffs, particularly in steel and other manufacturing sectors especially hard hit by the economic meltdown.
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Passages “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.”
Phase 4 alert signals that virus is now adept at spreading between humans.
We are seeking your help to stop a gruesome cycle of murders, kidnappings, and torture of union leaders and organizers involved in daily life-and-death struggles at Coca-Cola bottling plants in Colombia, South America. Visit : http://www.killercoke.org “If we lose the fight against Coca-Cola, we will first lose our union, next our jobs and then our…
By CHRISTINE NEGRONI FOR the aviation industry, its fate inextricably linked to the price of oil, fuel conservation is more than environmentally sound — it’s a matter of survival. That is why, in research labs and in airline conference rooms, any measure is open for discussion if it reduces the use of fuel. Full Article
This ad was in the Tulsa World, April 29, 2009, Page A17. Just a place to start to help the people of Tulsa.
Today April 28th, Workers Memorial Day, the NSC is remembering workers who have died on the job and voicing continued commitment to employee safety. Though there are fewer unintentional workplace deaths today than at any other time since such data has been recorded, each year there are thousands of job-related deaths and millions of injuries…