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Pursuant to the Consent Decree entered by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan in the matter of United States v.

As demand for his Model T skyrocketed, Henry Ford embarked on an ambitious project to build the world's largest industrial complex. The Ford Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Michigan, housed everything needed for automobile production in one massive complex – from refining raw materials to assembly line.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently released its 2017 Infrastructure Report Card giving the U.S. a D+. The infrastructure is made up of sectors like aviation, bridges, drinking water, education, electricity, roads and rail.

Today is Father's Day in the U.S., a special day we reserve to honor our fathers and all they do for their families and for society. Father’s Day is celebrated at different times around the world and didn’t become a national holiday here until 1972.

The UAW’s core values affect everything we are and do: how we bargain, how we endorse candidates, how we conduct ourselves and how we treat each other.

Every June 14, Americans celebrate Flag Day, a day set aside to commemorate the adoption of the American flag by the Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1777, the year after the United States declared its independence from Great Britain. 

It’s said that life’s no picnic, but on June 18 International Picnic Day it is!

Lay out a blanket on a warm day this weekend in the park, fire up the grill or pack your picnic basket with quality, union-made drinks and eats. Now there’s an easy way to make sure your supplies are union made.

PITCH A TENT, KICK BACK AND RELAX WITH NEW LIMITED-TIME PRICING FOR CAMP SITES IN BLACK LAKE’S FINEST, UNTOUCHED WILDERNESS WITH A LIMITED TIME OFFER.

Nestled around reflecting pools, high wooded land and an evergreen terrain in Onaway, Mich., the Black Lake Conference Center offers refuge and reprieve for many. The area, known as the “Sturgeon Capital of Michigan,” is five miles south of scenic Black Lake. But don’t worry, the lake isn’t in any short supply of fish and is also home to walleye, perch and pike.

Black Lake was formed by glaciers, and, in most places, it has a white sandy bottom. Its name comes from the fact that its depth – as much as 50 feet – makes the water appear black.