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CWA 1150 News

Bargaining Report #34

Today the bargaining team withdrew there proposals and walked out on the company because the company is playing a game with them and with your future. They clearly do not care about us and think it is ok to waste time and not bargain in good faith. WE WILL NOT STAND FOR THIS!! and neither will the bargaining team.  Keep up your mobilization efforts, and better yet increase them.  They need to know we are serious and that we could still STRIKE at anytime if they continue there games at the bargaining table!!

Report #30

Your bargaining team is fighting for a good contract for you. What are you doing? See your shop stewards for mobilization activities and if you have any ideas share them with your people. Keep up the fight.

 

CWA International News

From Seattle to Pittsburgh, a broad coalition of labor, environmental, social justice and faith leaders are successfully pressing local governments and political parties to say "no" to "fast track."

Americans for Financial Reform (AFR) and Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) groups called on Congress this week to reject "fast track" authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Activists from CWA and other groups participated in events throughout the country to protest "fast track" and the TPP.

The AFL-CIO organized more than 60 protest actions against "fast track" and the TPP in communities across the nation over last weekend.

As some lawmakers this week tried to "fast track" the Trans-Pacific Partnership legislation, CWA President Cohen was in the media, pointing out the opposition across the country to "fast tracking" bad trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

The photojournalism team at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the gifted Buffalo News editorial cartoonist Adam Zyglis and New York Times reporter Eric Lipton are among the 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners.

AT&T Midwest, Legacy T.

About 1,000 progressive and grassroots activists, including 75 CWAers, spent last weekend in Washington, D.C., expanding their fight for justice and an economy that puts people and the planet before profits.

CWA President Larry Cohen, AFSCME President Lee Saunders and CWA District 6 Vice President Claude Cummings, held a productive conversation with members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) on Wednesday about "fast track" and the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

CWA President Larry Cohen and leaders of ver.di, the union representing workers at T-Mobile's parent company, Deutsche Telekom, talked with German media about the unprecedented legal decision that found T-Mobile US guilty of nationwide labor law violations.