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Guest opinion: Workers' priorities should be nation's priorities

President Grover Cleveland set aside the first Monday in September for the celebration of working people and made it a national holiday in 1894. Over the years, the day has come to mean the last farewell to summer and is marked by camping, swimming, boating and barbecues, and that's great. O…

September 03, 2004 11:00 pmLoading…

Guest Opinion: Labor ready to work with anyone on state's economy

As another beautiful Montana summer draws to a close, Labor Day is upon us. This celebration is usually considered the last weekend of summer, and while many working families will be relaxing, recreating, barbecuing and picnicking, it is also a time of reflection for all workers. Labor Day p…

September 01, 2002 11:00 pmLoading…

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