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Photo Gallery: Acting Secretary Seth Harris at ArcelorMittal steel plant, Cleveland, Ohio
(February 15, 2013)

Images include:

  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth Harris talks with low-wage workers and advocates at the Employment Connection jobs center in Cleveland on Feb. 15. He emphasized President Obama's proposal to raise the minimum wage and heard stories from local workers on how a wage increase would improve their quality of life.
  • cting Secretary of Labor Harris greets Rev. Larry Harris from United Pastors, Harriett Applegate and Jill Rizika at the Employment Connection jobs center in Cleveland. He emphasized President Obama's proposal to raise the minimum wage and heard stories from local workers on how a wage increase would improve their quality of life.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Harris thanks workers after his tour of the Cleveland ArcelorMittal steel plant's galvanizing line after a tour of the facility which demonstrated the resurgence of manufacturing jobs in America.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Harris talks with a quality assurance employee during his tour of the ArcelorMittal steel plant in Cleveland
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Harris (in the white hat) listens to Mark Granakis, president, for the United Steelworkers Local 979 as he tours the galvanizing steel line at ArcelorMittal's Cleveland plant.
  • Eric Hauge, vice president and general manager for the ArcelorMittal steel plant in Cleveland, talks to Acting Secretary of Labor Harris (front left) about the company's resurgence in the steel manufacturing industry.
  • Eric Hauge, vice president and general manager for the ArcelorMittal steel plant in Cleveland, talks to Acting Secretary of Labor Harris (front left) about the company's resurgence in the steel manufacturing industry.

Images include:

  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth Harris talks with low-wage workers and advocates at the Employment Connection jobs center in Cleveland on Feb. 15. He emphasized President Obama's proposal to raise the minimum wage and heard stories from local workers on how a wage increase would improve their quality of life.
  • cting Secretary of Labor Harris greets Rev. Larry Harris from United Pastors, Harriett Applegate and Jill Rizika at the Employment Connection jobs center in Cleveland. He emphasized President Obama's proposal to raise the minimum wage and heard stories from local workers on how a wage increase would improve their quality of life.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Harris thanks workers after his tour of the Cleveland ArcelorMittal steel plant's galvanizing line after a tour of the facility which demonstrated the resurgence of manufacturing jobs in America.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Harris talks with a quality assurance employee during his tour of the ArcelorMittal steel plant in Cleveland
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Harris (in the white hat) listens to Mark Granakis, president, for the United Steelworkers Local 979 as he tours the galvanizing steel line at ArcelorMittal's Cleveland plant.
  • Eric Hauge, vice president and general manager for the ArcelorMittal steel plant in Cleveland, talks to Acting Secretary of Labor Harris (front left) about the company's resurgence in the steel manufacturing industry.