September 6, 2010

On Labor Day 2010, here are three examples where the media are hearing you on health care, furloughs

It’s not easy beating the big media powers like the Seattle Times who want you to pay for their tax breaks. The opinion pages always represent the big business perspective. But the news side is different where real journalists have long respected the work you do and the credibility of your information. Here are three examples on this Labor Day 2010:

Health costs: Talks, balks

Gives your side of the story on the state's 74/26 health care bargaining position.

The Olympian, 9/5/10

Stuck with salary-sapping furloughs

Vancouver Local 313 members Patricia Loving and Marty Harris counter business leader's assessment that "business advocates see no way around the measure.”

Vancouver Columbian, 9/6/10

Furloughs set for Tuesday

The Olympian, 9/6/10

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