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July 25, 2005: The Teamsters and Service Employees unions break from the AFL-CIO during the federation's 50th convention to begin the Change to Win coalition, ultimately comprised of seven unions (3 as of 2016: SEIU, Teamsters and the UFW). Most locals of affected national unions stayed affiliated with the Metro Washington Council.
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