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This profile was last updated on 9/1/09  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Teamsters Local Union #174 -- News
www.teamsters174.org, 1 Sept 2009 [cached]
They gathered in the main meeting hall in the Teamster Building at 8 a.m., then went into the smaller meeting room across the hallway and served themselves from the impressive buffet layout, and went back into the main hall to eat and listen to presentations by three speakers - Local 174 Secretary-Treasurer Rick Hicks, Local 174 Lobbyist Gordon Baxter, and special political guest Max Vekich.
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Baxter told the Stewards and Activists that there is a simple reason Unions must stay politically aware and let their views be known. The reason is, what goes on in Olympia in Washington State directly affects the lives and livelihoods of all citizens, he said. He warned that there are many enemies of Labor, who never stop trying to chip away at the hard-won legislative victories that have been won by workers throughout the years.
Teamsters Local Union #174 -- News
www.teamsters174.org [cached]
Representative Jay Inslee's (D-1st Congresssional District) Office Sharmila Swenson, and Local 174 Lobbyist Gordon Baxter.
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Gordon Baxter
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Gordon Baxter
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Representative Jay Inslee (D, 1st Congressional District); and Local 174 Lobbyist Gordon Baxter.
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Baxter is a 30-plus year union member in the Metal Trades, specifically the pipefitters. He has been lobbying for many unions for about a decade, and Local 174 for less than a year. He brings lots of knowledge, and lets 174's leaders know about developments and opportunities in Olympia. He said everything is affected by the decisions of the elected politicians, and stressed that, "Change doesn't just happen.
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The Training ended with a skit featured Allen, Baxter and Local 174 Senior Business Agent/Organizing Director Patty Warren.
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Local 174 Lobbyist Gordon Baxter will be facilitating the 174 efforts on the 21st.
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Representative Jay Inslee's (D-1st Congresssional District) Office Sharmila Swenson, and Local 174 Lobbyist Gordon Baxter.
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Gordon Baxter
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Gordon Baxter
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Representative Jay Inslee (D, 1st Congressional District); and Local 174 Lobbyist Gordon Baxter.
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Baxter is a 30-plus year union member in the Metal Trades, specifically the pipefitters. He has been lobbying for many unions for about a decade, and Local 174 for less than a year. He brings lots of knowledge, and lets 174's leaders know about developments and opportunities in Olympia. He said everything is affected by the decisions of the elected politicians, and stressed that, "Change doesn't just happen.
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The Training ended with a skit featured Allen, Baxter and Local 174 Senior Business Agent/Organizing Director Patty Warren.
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Local 174 Lobbyist Gordon Baxter will be facilitating the 174 efforts on the 21st.
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www.marineempcom.org, 25 Aug 2006 [cached]
Others - Gordon Baxter, Lobbyist for IBU, MM&P, MEBA
MEBA TELEX TIMES      FEBRUARY 12, 2010
mebaunion.org, 12 Feb 2010 [cached]
M.E.B.A. Seattle has been very involved in the battle against these provisions in a fight that has been assisted greatly by the work of M.E.B.A. lobbyist Gordon Baxter and M.E.B.A. Chief Counsel Nils Djusberg.
STATE OF WASHINGTON
www.marineempcom.org, 10 Dec 2010 [cached]
The letter said they had analyzed the issue and said Gordon had no interest in the issue so it was acceptable for her to hold a hearing. She was very disappointed - she didn't believe the Governor actually took it seriously and didn't really review the issues - it was just sent on through government channels for someone in the AG's office to write the letter for her to sign. She then stated she was going to write one last letter and try to get the message through to the Governor that this action just reinforced the appearance of favoritism. If the AG's office wants to play that card, anyone in the commissioner labor role could be found to have an appearance of bias on behalf of labor. She feels it's a serious issue. Knowledge of her lengthy relationship with Gordon was widespread before she was appointed as MEC Commissioner and to use that relationship as an excuse after the years she has been in this position was actually because she was not wanted on that case due to her knowledge of impasse issues and bargaining from her time on the NLRB. Patty affirmed to those present that her decisions were based on contract language, law, prior decisions, and standards of arbitral review found in Elkouri and Elkouri's book, HowArbitration Works, and not based on her relationship with Gordon Baxter.
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