LIVEBLOG: the #SOSJobs rally in Lone Star kicks off

Posted by TGarland on 06/02/2014

While speaking at the #SOSJobs rally in Lone Star, Judge Lynda Munkrees, Morris County Judge, welcomed the crowd of over 1000 people this morning. She explained how U. S. Steel Lone Star has made a better life for herself and the community surrounding the plant.

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