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January 26, 2014

Union or non-union, it’s good for economy To the editor: It’s wonderful to hear that Lordstown, Liberty and Youngstown are in the process of getting new businesses in their respective areas....

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Feb-02-14 9:35 AM

All this while making the 1 or 2% richer. Ship the good paying jobs overseas, mechanize those that you can't ship overseas and then use the lack of jobs to force unions into major concessions. Where you cannot force concessions break the contracts and the unions. Then complain about the economy and blame the democrats and President Obama.

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Jan-27-14 9:25 AM

It's not just union jobs.

It's jobs that pay a livable wage .

Most ones the ones you see advertised pay $ 8 to 10/hr.

Hardly enough to keep up with todays cost of living.

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Jan-26-14 5:31 PM

has anyone noticed the parrell between loss of union jobs and the effect it's had on the middle class.union busting republicans

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