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September 02, 2015
WELCOME to ACT's NEW Website
Updated On: Dec 16, 2010

 

 

First Time to THIS Website Please Read Below...... 

 

 

In order to access THIS new website, You MUST register for this website. Due to new security features this website requires each member to create your own login & password on your first visit in order to view the website content.

Click onto the "Click here to Sign Up" in the upper right corner of the Member Login Area to create your own login & password. After you have been verified as an ACT Member you will then be able to access the website.

You MUST answer ALL questions on the create login page that have an * (asterisk) these are required to verify your membership...verification may take 8 to 24 hours....please be patient

We hope you enjoy the NEW LOOK.....we have uploaded several options based on membership request.....If you can not find what you are looking for just give us a holler and we'll be glad to assist you in locating it on the website....Thank you for using the NEW ACT Website...


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Today in Labor History: 
White and Chinese immigrants battle in Rock Springs, Wyo., fueled by racial tensions and the practice of Union Pacific Railroad of hiring lower-paid Chinese over whites. At least 25 Chinese died and 15 more were injured. Rioters burned 75 Chinese homes - 1885

Operating railway employees win 8-hour day - 1916

Mineowners bomb West Virginia strikers by plane, using homemade bombs filled with nails and metal fragments. The bombs missed their targets or failed to explode - 1921

President Eisenhower signs legislation expanding Social Security by providing much wider coverage and including 10 million additional Americans, most of them self-employed farmers, with additional benefits - 1954

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) was signed by President Ford, regulating and insuring pensions and other benefits, and increasing protections for workers - 1974
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