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Spokane Labor Rally Wed 4 to 7pm

Please stop by to meet and greet your labor endorsed candidates. Plenty of fun and fellowship at the Spokane Labor Rally, Wednesday at the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds from 4 to 7pm.
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Dangers of Economic Inequality
Nick Hanauer, one of the .01%ers in terms of income and one of the most outspoken supporters of an increase in minimum wage and the dangers of economic inequality will be speaking tonight Oct. 2nd at 7:30pm at the Fox Theater. (Free and open to the public) 
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Investing in Economic Growth

Our representatives are failing to make the real investments needed to create real economic growth and build the Middle Class.
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Idaho Labor Leader calls for Quality Jobs for Idaho

We need to focus Idaho on becoming a living wage economy. If not, we will all continue to be held back by an economy in which large numbers of Idahoans have no buying power and earn poverty wages such that they become dependent on taxpayer funded services.
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S.T.E.P. Project clears FAA review

The Spokane Tribe Economic Project (S.T.E.P.) clears yet another hurdle by passing FAA review
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Young Workers Strengthening the Labor Movement

Young Local #73 Members Working to Build the Labor Movement working with other young IBEW members through the IBEW’s RENEW program and with members of other unions with the WA-YELL (Young Emerging Labor Leaders)  
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Our cause is the cause of   human justice,   human rights,   human security

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) was formed in 1891 by a small group of electricians who wanted a safer workplace, fair wages and, in general, respect for the service they provided their communities through their labor. In 1891 there were no training programs, safety-regulations, medical plans, pension or retirement plans, and nearly half of all electricians were being killed on the job. Because the IBEW nourished the needs of these workers, it has grown from a handful of pioneers to the largest electrical union in the world. However, the IBEW is not about a growing business or organization, it's a fraternity. The IBEW is made up of working men and women, in the electrical industry, committed to bettering themselves and the industry. Neither the IBEW nor the electrical industry is made better, unless all who labor in the industry are secure in their employment, receive a fair wage, have training programs, pension plans, dental and medical plans for themselves and their families.

As union members we bargain collectively with our employers over wages, benefits and rights. We have the best chance of receiving better wages, benefits and fair treatment in the workplace by bargaining collectively as a union. Most of us have very limited bargaining power as one person, but as a group, we are strong. And, with a good negotiated contract, we have legal protections we would not otherwise have.

For over one-hundred years, IBEW Local #73 has promoted a higher standard of living for thousands of members and their families in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho in various industries and fields such as: Television Broadcasting, Electrical Maintenance, Sound and Communication (Voice Data Video)Technicians, Manufacturing, Residential Electricians, and Commercial/Industrial Electricians.

Our members and their families enjoy benefits such as;

  • Top wages that set area standards.
  • Family medical/dental/and vision.
  • Three separate retirement plans, with several investment options and online tracking.
  • The ability to work for 100% of the employers in your area.
  • Free continuing education classes for members.

All electrical workers deserve the IBEW's standard of living, the highest in the industry!

Through membership that standard of living becomes a reality.

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Local #73 Union Meeting
Nov 10, 2014
Local #73 Union Hall 1616 N Washington
Membership Development Committee (MDC) Meeting
Nov 12, 2014
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Executive Board Meeting
Nov 17, 2014
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Membership Development Committee (MDC) Meeting
Nov 26, 2014
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Local #73 Union Meeting
Dec 08, 2014
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