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IATSE Supports Independent Film & Television Act Of 2001
Wednesday, August 8, 2001
In a statement issued today, (August 2, 2001 ), International President Thomas C. Short spoke out in support of recently introduced legislation offering a wage-based tax credit allowing production companies to write off part of employee wages.
IATSE Successfully Organizes Divorce Court" & "Power Of Attorney"
Wednesday, August 8, 2001
The IATSE successfully organized "Divorce Court" & "Power of Attorney," according to Thomas C. Short, International President of the IATSE.
IATSE Successfully Organizes "CATS" Touring Crew
Monday, August 6, 2001
The IATSE successfully organized the road crew employed with the touring company of Troika’s "Cats," Thomas Short, International President of the IATSE, announced.
Chicago Locals Host PAC Event For IATSE Convention Raising Over $55,000
Tuesday, July 17, 2001
Chicago locals of the IATSE hosted a PAC event, welcoming the Union's delegates to the 64th Triennial Convention and raising over $55,000, it was announced by Thomas Short, president of the International.
Tom Short Elected IA President For The Third Consecutive Term Nomination slate of Short, Proscia and 13 Vice Presidents, International Trustees, AFL-CIO and CLC Delegates Win on White Ballot
Sunday, July 1, 2001
Thomas C. Short has been elected President of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes for his third consecutive term by the over 770 delegates in attendance at the 64th Triennial Convention.
IATSE Delegation Endorses Four Year Convention 15 Constitutional Amendments Passed by Delegation at 64th Triennial Convention
Sunday, July 1, 2001
The IATSE delegation, meeting in Chicago, IL at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers for their 64th Triennial Convention, passed 15 amendments to their Constitution. The most significant amendment extends, to four years, the time lapsing between Conventions.

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