Vermont AFL-CIO elects new leadership

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The Vermont AFL-CIO has a new leader. Ron Pickering, who was head of the labor group for ten years, resigned from the top job Saturday at the organization’s state convention.

The new leader is 43-year-old Dan Brush, who is president of a printers’ union in Montpelier.

The Vermont AFL-CIO has 12,000 members. Brush says he plans to help the organization be more political, and more activist under his leadership.

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