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"We've got to stop the subsidies," Murray said, speaking to a lodge meeting of members of the International Association of Machinists. "Airbus has been breaking the rules for years, and their illegal tricks have cost us jobs." Murray, D-Wash., described by Machinists union president Mark Blondin as a "great friend" of aerospace workers and their union, also attacked Airbus for what she called a "false PR campaign" aimed at convincing Congress to award it military contracts. - (Full Article)

- Everett Herald - May 6, 2005