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  • proper n. Initialism of United Steelworkers

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Examples

  • China steel environmental report sponsored by the Alliance for American Manufacturing, in which the USW is a partner with several major employers.

    All American Patriots: US politics, domestic and world news, science, environment, energy and technology - Dispatches from the depths of U.S. government

  • Union bosses in AFL-CIO unions like the USW are another story, but it’s the rank-and-file members who are the main beneficiaries of a strike relief fund.

    Bayonet-point capitalism

  • Whether you'll enjoy this performance is not based on how much you like opera - "USW" is less "The Marriage of Figaro" and more "Einstein on the Beach," although even more abstract (and, mercifully, not five hours long).

    Chicagoist

  • Here's some attire-based perspective on Opera Cabal's "USW": We recently mentioned the relative adventurousness of Chicago Opera Theater compared to the Lyric Opera.

    Chicagoist

  • Whether you'll enjoy "USW" will be based largely on either how much you like contemporary art or how open you are to new things.

    Chicagoist

  • The United Steelworkers Union ( "USW") filed a petition on September 9 demanding that the Obama

    Center for International Finance & Development

  • Workers and their allies presented to Congress some of the 1.5 million signatures in support of the Employee Free Choice Act in a rally on Capitol Hill, along with union leaders and lawmakers such as USW President Leo Gerard and Sen. Tom Harkin

    OneWorld.net (U.S.) - beyond your own borders

  • "No matter how good your investment performance is, you are not going to be able to keep up with health-care inflation," says Tom Conway , vice president of the USW.

    Pension Trusts Strapped

  • The USW's last national labor action was a three-month strike called in January 1980.

    Refiners, Union Reach Agreement

  • "For us, it was the promise to invest in their plants and getting the $1 billion needed to cover our retiree health care costs that was the turning point," said USW vice president Tom Conway .

    Goodyear Rides Again

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