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EXECUTIVE SECRETARY FOR THE WESTERN COUNCIL OF INDUSTRIAL WORKERS AVAILABLE TO DISCUSS CLINTON'S VISIT WITH TIMBER FAMILIES, UNIONS

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY FOR THE WESTERN COUNCIL OF INDUSTRIAL WORKERS

AVAILABLE TO DISCUSS CLINTON'S VISIT WITH TIMBER FAMILIES, UNIONS
 Mike Draper, executive secretary for the Portland-based Western Council of Industrial Workers, AFL-CIO, will be available to the media to discuss yesterday's visit by Gov. Clinton with timber families and union leaders in Oregon. Draper accompanied Clinton during his visit and is available to discuss the political reaction to the visits by Clinton and President Bush and how the candidates' views impact the timber supply debate.
 Draper will be available between 1-2:30 p.m. EDT by phone from the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America headquarters in Washington today, Sept. 15.
 CONTACT: Mike Draper, 202-546-6207, ext. 267, or Beth Birke, 202-452-9468, both for the Western Council of Industrial Workers.
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