the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 46, Number 1
Jan 2007 to Mar 2007

PDF  |  Issuu

Included articles:

Democrats lead Congress for first time in 12 years, Tom Baca is new Western States IVP, Senco Construction earns top OSHA award, SAJAC builds training center, IVPs Joe Stinger and Jim Hickenbotham retire, and much, much more...

View articles online

Tom Baca is new Western States IVP

Intl. Pres. Newton. B. Jones (r.) swears in Tom Baca as the new International vi

Joe Stinger retires after 40 years of service

The Intl. executive council voted J. Tom Baca into the office of International vice president for the Western States effective January 31. Baca, BM-ST for Local 549 (Pittsburg, Calif.), was nominated by International President Newton B. Jones to take the position vacated by IVP Joe Stinger’s retirement.

Tags  Headline News
Locals  L-72, L-104, L-549
Reporter  V46N1

Bush health care plan doesn’t address problem

Tax breaks don’t ensure access for all or control costs

IN HIS STATE OF THE UNION speech, President Bush outlined a health care plan that he claimed would put basic health care insurance within the reach of those who now do not have it. But the plan he outlined does not address the main problems facing our health care system: universal access and rapidly growing costs.

Reporter  V46N1
Commentary  Newton B. Jones

Latest News

  • U.S. District Court in Minneapolis, Minn.

    NLRB seeks court injunction against Terex

    Read More

  • College dream turns into financial nightmare for Lisa Suda

    Read More

  • AFL-CIO Ad Tells Congress: Listen to Workers, Say No to Fast Track

    Read More

  • Union leaders from Japan’s energy industry tour Kansas City attractions. Leading the delegation are Masaaki Ninagawa, first row, fifth from left, and Yoshio Sato, General Secretary for IndustriALL-JAF, second row, far right. Joining the group are AAIP/ED-ISO Tyler Brown, back row, far right; IR Rocco DeRollo, second row, second from left; and IR Gary Power, third row, far left.

    Japanese labor leaders visit HQ

    Read More

  • Forbes: Electricity rates jump in states with most wind power

    Read More