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September 18, 2018
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Senate Should Reject Anti-Worker Kavanaugh

While the media is now rightly focusing on deeply disturbing allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, I want to draw your attention to another reason why the Senate should deny him a lifetime appointment to the high court: His extreme anti-worker views.

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September 6, 2018

Congratulations to Our 2018 Patrick D. Finley Scholarship Fund Winners

The OPCMIA’s mission of empowering our members to improve their lives extends far beyond the workplace. One of the most notable ways we fulfill this mission is by helping members and their families gain a higher education that opens doors of opportunity to a brighter future.

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Registration Deadline: September 14

First Annual Patrick D. Finley Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament, September 25, 2018, Turf Valley Resort

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August 11-16, 2019 • Las Vegas, Nevada

OPCMIA Convention 2019

President's Message

August 31, 2018

Labor Day 2018: Our Time is Now

This Labor Day weekend is a time for OPCMIA members to reflect on what their union means to them, and on what it means to be a part of the North American labor movement.

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NCCMP Annual Conference
September 22 – September 26, 2018
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"Workplace safety advocates say in the rush to build America’s next “it” city, workers are paying with their lives at alarming rates." https://t.co/OWxyDOS7LY

Read about the most structurally deficient bridge in every US state. #infrastructure #builditrightbuilditnow https://t.co/L59s6eCwKb

“A deeply flawed, wildly unpopular judge getting confirmed in a kangaroo court of a confirmation hearing ... just two years after the Senate blackballed the legitimate nominee of a Democratic president? Is this any way to run a democracy?” #StopKavanaugh https://t.co/7S5f29k4NI

“US income inequality, already at its worst levels since the 1920s, is likely to get worse because of President Donald Trump’s economic policies, including a tax-cut program that was heavily tilted toward the wealthy.” https://t.co/UnEJoaWwNQ

“Neglecting infrastructure is more costly than we realize” #infrastructure #builditrightbuilditnow https://t.co/8HygJ1pRmn

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