|Author||Subject: RESPONSE TIME TO RFR'S|
|JOANNIE B.|| Posted At 17:56:41 03/19/2000
REGARDING THE MESSAGE I POSTED ON 03/18/00, I SHOULD HAVE CLAIRIFIED THAT I AM FROM WASHINGTON STATE, SO THIS MAY NOT APPLY IN OREGON. I AM TRYING TO CONNECT WITH OTHER PEOPLE DEALING WITH THE WASHINGTON LABOR AND INDUSTRIES SYSTEM, I HAVE ALOT OF INFORMATION TO SHARE.
Re: RESPONSE TIME TO RFR'S (Currently 0 replies)
Posted At 08:25:47 03/20/2000
This is o.k.
As people from all over the United States visit this web-site..
You will be able to reach Washington people here also..
Re: Washington State injured workers (Currently 0 replies)
Posted At 18:13:55 03/20/2000
As yet there's no organized groups in Washington state that I'm aware of. A few people, I believe, have shown an interest if others helped them do it. Contact WI Info on this. Also use the WI search engine in the old message board keying Washington. I seem to recall a few messages from Washingtonians.
If you decide to start a group let WI know so they can tell others in the future about your group.
I heard the Washington State AFL-CIO was getting involved in the plight of injured workers in your state several moths ago.
Here's some places that might know of an advocacy group. All but the national AFL-CIO are based in Washington State.
Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO http://www.wslc.org/
Washington Toxics Coalition http://www.accessone.com/~watoxics/
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