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Electrical Workers Union Picks New Business Manager - Boston Business Journal

IBEW Local 103 members elected John Dumas to become the new business manager. Local 103 has about 5,500 active members paying about $7 million annually in dues, according to its most recent federal filing. By membership, it's roughly the 20th-largest union or local in the state.

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Vote No on Question #3 - there's a lot at stake.

There's a lot at stake on Tuesday November 4th - thousands of new jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars in new revenue. Vote NO on Question 3 to keep Gov. Deval Patrick's Expanded Gaming Law in place.

Misconceptions About The Prevailing Wage Law and Building Trades Unions

Letter To The Editor from Mass. Building Trades President Frank Callahan addresses erroneous and inflammatory claims regarding the Prevailing Wage Law and Building Trades Unions.

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Union Head Selected for International Leadership Role

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 103 Business Manager Michael P. Monahan announced today he is leaving his post at the 7,500-member union to become an International Representative with the IBEW’s 2nd District.

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Union Head Selected for International Leadership Role

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 103 Business Manager Michael P. Monahan announced today he is leaving his post at the 7,500-member union to become an International Representative with the IBEW’s 2nd District.

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VOTE NO ON QUESTION 3 This November To Preserve Jobs

Please take a short moment to watch this video about Plainridge Park Casino Vote NO on QUESTION 3. It's about job creation, new revenue for our communities and our state, recapturing dollars going to other states and ensuring that communities that have voted for an expanded gaming facility have that ability.

Letter: Unions Train Workers For Good Jobs - SouthCoastToday.com

Unlike the non-union sector, which largely operates on a low-wage, one-job, disposable workforce model, unions and their contractors invest over $30 million annually to train skilled craftspeople — not just for one job, but for construction careers with good wages and benefits. We remain committed to our promise to provide access to the training, good wages, benefits and careers that the residents of New Bedford and surrounding communities deserve.

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I Am A Building Tradesman

On Labor Day we honor America's workers and the work they do. Please take the time to read Peter Terzik's poem on the dignity of work enjoyed by the men and women of America's Building Trades Unions. Happy Labor Day.

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Labor Day Message From Sean McGarvey - President of America's Building Trades Unions

It is no coincidence that the level of prosperity and opportunity enjoyed by all Americans throughout our history has been in direct proportion to the extent that labor, management and government have chosen to work together to solve common problems. When such cooperative arrangements have flourished, America has always achieved a standard of living and a climate of opportunity and individual rights unequaled in the history of man.

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