Washington State's Chemically Disabled Workers
The group's "Voice" newsletter includes articles about sick workers and poor working conditions, updates of government actions, news from around the U.S., and resources for the chemically injured. P.O. Box 1328, Renton, WA 98057.

Chemically Injured Registry of Washington State
Bonnye Matthews, 17402 Sixth Ave. SW, Seattle, WA 98166.

Washington Toxics Coalition
4516 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, (206) 632-1545.

MCS Support Groups
Boeing: Faye Schrum - 271-1297
S. King County: Carol Chenaur - 946-4750
S. Puget Sound: Barbara Baker - 426-1361
Olympia Penin.: Jack Gummer - 385-3572
(all numbers are 206- or 360-)

Informed Consent
A new magazine about chemicals in the workplace and the environment, and how they affect people. P.O. Box 935, Williston, ND 58802-0935.

Washington Committee For Occupational Safety & Health (WASHCOSH)
An organization that works with local labor unions to emphasize preventive safety and health measures in the workplace. Develops training programs and holds seminars. (206) 767-7426.

A computerized reference and abstract system for locating medical articles. Available at the University of Washington's Health Sciences Library.

A national newsletter about chemical sensitivity. The editor, Cynthia Wilson, also runs the Chemical Injury Information Network. PO Box 301, White Sulpher Springs, MT 59645, (406) 547-2255

Rachel's Hazardous Waste News
A weekly newsletter focusing on environmental health. Published by the Environmental Research Foundation, PO Box 5036, Annapolis, MD 21403-7036, (410) 263-1584.

On April 28, as part of Worker's Memorial Day, chemically injured workers plan to march on the Department of Labor and Industries building in Tumwater.

Related Stories/Resources:
Main Story: "It's All In Your Head"
Suicide Solution - One Woman's Way Out
Disunity Among the Machinists
The MCS Debate: A Medical Streetfight
On Top of Everything Else, Sick Boeing Workers Face Judicial Hurdles

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