1993 Legislative Conference
The Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL-CIO held its 1993 national legislative conference. Members of Congress and representatives from the administration gathered to speak on issues affecting the building and construction trades. Robert Georgine, President of the Building & Construction Trades Department, delivered the opening address on labor issues. House Speaker Thomas Foley (D-WA) also gave remarks. close
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Arthur Coia Vice President AFL-CIO
Tom Foley U.S. Representative [D] Washington
Robert Georgine President AFL-CIO->Building and Construction Trades Dept.
Lane Kirkland President AFL-CIO
Joseph Mahoney Member AFL-CIO->Building and Construction Trades Dept.
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