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>April 2004:         Hamilton Sundstrand Workers Blow The Whistle
>March 2004:       Hamilton Sundstrand Negotiations Begin
 >March 2004:      Local 700 Attends AFL-CIO Legislative Conference
>November 2003:
Members Reject Proposal
>November 2003:
Miami Police Scolded for FTAA Tactics
>September 2003: IAM Takes To The Streets
                            : Members Rally to Support Strikers
>August 2003:      700 Answers Call
June 2003:          Jobs Worth Fighting For


Summer 2004 Journal Cover


North America's Might
Across North America IAM members work day in and day out in jobs that are the heart of the economies of both countries proving the Machinists are north America's Might.


Black and Bruised
President Bush keeps saying the recession is over, but in counties across America, families struggle to find work. JOBS will be a driving force in the 2004 election.

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Face Off
Two candidates came to Cincinnati to vie for the IAM's endorsement for President in 2004. Only one came away with the prize

2003 Summer Journal Cover Premium Shock
Skyrocketing health care costs are causing Premium Shock for members and employers. The IAM Journal looks at what's causing the increases and what can be done to change America's health care system.
2003 Spring Journal cover JOBS Worth Fighting For
The recession and misguided government policies for trade and the economy are wiping out millions of jobs. The IAM brings together economic and policy experts to find ways to create and keep good-paying jobs in North America.
Fall Journal 2002 Cover Don't Vote, Don't Vent
This edition of the IAM Journal focuses on the upcoming election on November 5, 2002―the issues, the candidates and how your vote can help put North America back on track.
lincoln journal cover Honest Graft
The IAM Journal looks at how the billions of dollars spent for lobbying, PACs, and soft money have changed the U.S. government from one for, of and by the people, into a government fir big corporate interests.
2002 Spring IAM Journal Losing It All
Unemployment soared and manufacturing jobs in North America were wiped out in record numbers, yet Congress did nothing to help workers in danger of losing everything they have. IAM members from across North America tell how it feels to be losing it all.

VIDEO: Losing It All
Fall Journal Cover Thumbnail United We Stand
The attack of September 11 changed the course of U.S. history. The IAM Journal honor our members who lost their lives and looks at the tragedy's effects on our members and their livelihoods.

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