TOBACCO INDUSTRY LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE:.

1999-01-21

Report on the overview and future of the Tobacco Industry Labor Management Committee (LMC). Claims the LMC has been successful for two reasons: because it works with left/liberal lawmakers, and because it works to ensure tobacco workers' voices are heard within labor groups. Gives examples of work with labor. Elucidates goals for 1999 focusing on: taxation, export policies, public smoking laws and... read more

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Subjects
MCCAIN
JARVIS J
GOULD G
DAWSON S
MCNUTT T
DANIELS J
SCOTT C
HOYLATER W
GILMORE
WOODSON W
TI
KAISER H
HARBRANT R
KADZIK P
DICKSTEIN SHAPIRO
HERMAN A
COVINGTON OTERO J
GEPHARDT R
BURLING
SAVARESE J
WHITE R
CURTIS B
SCANNELL R
HURT
RJR
TOBACCO INDUSTRY LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
SHEET METAL WORKERS INTL ASSN
CONGRESS
AFL CIO
UNITED FOOD & COMMERCIAL WORKERS
OSHA
NC ST LABOR FEDERATION
CITIZENS FOR TAX JUSTICE
A PHILIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE
COALITION OF LABOR UNION WOMEN
LABOR COUNCIL FOR LATIN AMERICAN AD
TRICOM
LIST OF CONSULTANTS
LIST OF STAFF COMM
SAVARESE & ASSOC
KAISER & ASSOC
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