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CWA 1150 News

Legacy T contract Ratified

Legacy T Contract Ratified.  77% Yes vote.

Local Results: 105 yes, 45 No, 3 Void

VTP Announcement

AT&T offered yet another VTP to certain job titles today. 

Call Congress to save american Jobs

This job-killing bill recently passed in the Senate. The House of Representatives is expected to vote on Fast Track any day now.
We can defeat this bill but we will need every possible vote so we need to keep the pressure on every member of Congress.
Call your member of Congress at 1-855-980-2384 and ask them to oppose Fast Track right now.

CWA International News

Legacy T members ratified their contract with AT&T Corp., which affects approximately 4,500 members throughout the U.S., by a wide margin. In Puerto Rico, members also ratified a separate contract with AT&T.

CWA members filled the halls of the New Jersey Statehouse this week, part of the Lobby Day for full pension funding.

AFA-CWA's 'Bridge the Gap' campaign wants to end unequal pay for workers at regional airlines.

In a summer of voting rights actions across the nation, more than four hundred activists, including busloads of CWA members, held a rally today in Roanoke, Va., to mark the second anniversary of the Supreme Court's Shelby County v. Holder decision that gutted the Voting Rights Act.

In the run-up to the U.S. Senate's vote this week on cloture for Fast Track authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, CWA activists and grassroots partners across the country rallied in the districts and outside the offices of Democratic Senators, some of whom turned their back on working families.

As expected, on Wednesday, the Senate approved Fast Track trade authority by a 60-38 vote. Separately, the House passed a bill extending Trade Adjustment Assistance for workers who lose their jobs because of trade; those bills were expected to get to the President's desk before Congress left town for its July 4 recess.

Bargaining underway at Verizon and AT&T Southeast, while tentative agreements are reached at GE and Windstream Kentucky, and The Washington Post agreement is ratified.

Bargaining Update; Next Steps on Fast Track and the TPP Fight; Coalition of Activists Continued Fast Track Fight until Last Vote Counted; Roanoke Rally Calls for Action on Voting Rights; AA Agents and Envoy Flight Attendants Join "Bridge the Gap" Campaign; New Jersey CWAers Fight for Fair Pension Funding

Delegates to the CWA 75th convention adopted policies, reports and actions to keep our union moving forward. See photos of all the action.

The children of three CWA members were awarded Union Plus scholarships for 2015.