USW@Work: Volume 13, Issue 2

FEATURES

Page 12: On The Brink
A Wisconsin paper mill considered dead after it abruptly closed while in receivership is coming back to life under new ownership with assistance from its skilled workers and the USW.

Page 20: Steel, Aluminum Return
Years of activism by USW members and allies paid off when the White House announced tariffs on steel and aluminum designed to protect U.S. national security.

Page 24: 40 Years of Solidarity
Local 8888 at Newport News Shipbuilding in Virginia, the largest local in the union, is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its founding.

Page 28: Health and Safety
USW health and safety activists spent a week this spring learning how to keep their workplaces safe and celebrating union successes in protecting workers on the job.

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