President Donald Trump on Friday night signed an executive order aimed at trying to fulfill one of his most impassioned campaign promises: Rolling back the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). The multi-part executive order stated that the administration’s official policy is “to seek the prompt repeal” of the Affordable Care Act — but at the same time emphasized that it must continue to uphold the law.
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DC 47 President Fred Wright (left) conducted swearing-in of DC 47 Retiree Pres. Dominic Veneziale ( 2nd from right) and other members of the executive board including; Eleanor Lundy Wade, Tom Cronin, Tina Cain, Phyllis Williams, and Cynthia...read more
Brothers and Sisters attended a workshop on proper fiscal accountability, rules and responsibilities for their Locals.read more
On May 1, 1886, more than 300,000 workers in 13,000 businesses across the United States walked off their jobs in the first May Day celebration in history. In Chicago, the epicenter for the 8-hour day agitators, 40,000 went out on strike. In the late nineteenth...read more
In addition to the candidates, there are questions on the May 16th Primary Ballot. Check them out.read more
Candidates listed are running in the primary election on May 16, 2017.read more