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President Fiore Grassetti
President Fiore Grassetti

Fiore Grassetti Takes the Reigns at the Pioneer Valley AFL-CIO

As of last December 19th, 2012, Ironworkers Local 7 Business Agent Fiore Grassetti is the new president of the Pioneer Valley AFL-CIO. President Grassetti comes to the Pioneer Valley as the former President of the Hampshire/Franklin Labor Council based in Northampton. President Grassetti has been an ironworker for thirty one years, working in all aspects of the ironworker industry. He has held an officer's position with the Ironworkers since June 2000.

President Brown's Letter to the Editor on Casinos Appears in the Republican

"We are in the midst of a blue-collar recession. More than half of the adults residing in Western Massachusetts do not have a four-year college degree and there are not near enough good jobs for them.

We now have an opportunity to put thousands of construction workers back to work while creating thousands of good jobs with benefits."

Volunteers got the word out to passerbys about Bank of America in downtown Springfield.
Volunteers got the word out to passerbys about Bank of America in downtown Springfield.

Tell Bank of America to "Pay Up!"

Despite almost crashing the entire global economic system, Wall Street executives gave executives $145 billion in bonuses last year. To help raise awareness about executives, the AFL-CIO organized workers across the nation on March 31st to target America's largest bank, Bank of America, with assets of over $1 trillion.

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