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General Membership Meeting
Nov. 13, 2016,
at 10 a.m. at the Union Hall.
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Today in Labor History
Oct. 27, 1935 Three strikes on works-relief projects in Maryland were underway today, with charges that Depression-era Works Projects Administration jobs were paying only about 28 cents an hour—far less than was possible on direct relief. Civic officials in Cumberland, where authorities had established a 50-cent-per-hour minimum wage, supported the strikers.
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