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In a victory for workers at GDIT, the company agreed to a settlement that overturns 2017 union election results at its Alexandria, Va., facility that were tainted by GDIT's union busting activities.

In December, CWA filed a class action lawsuit against hundreds of large employers for illegally excluding older workers from receiving job ads on Facebook for open positions at their companies.

CWAers attended the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists' annual convention in Orlando, Fla., which focused on civil engagement and mobilization.

CWAers and retirees have been participating in nonviolent direct actions to fight back against the structures that are undermining our democracy and supporting economic injustice.

NewsGuild-CWA and NABET-CWA are praising a bill filed in the Senate by Sens. Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Menendez (D-N.J.) last week that would make it a federal crime to assault a journalist.

GDIT has agreed to a settlement that vacates 2017 union election results at its former Alexandria, Virginia facility that were tainted by GDIT’s union busting activities, and requires the company to send a notice to all affected employees pledging not to engage in those anti-union activities in the future.

Today, older workers, CWA, and Outten & Golden LLP announced major new steps in their campaign to stop hundreds of major companies from excluding tens of millions of older workers from receiving job ads that the companies distribute via Facebook’s paid ad platform.

As the FCC reviews its pole attachment rules, a bipartisan group of legislators has expressed concern to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai about "One-Touch Make-Ready" (OTMR) proposals that would allow companies who want to add equipment to a utility pole to move pre-existing telephone, cable and utility equipment.

Senator Casey alerted President Trump to the need for action last year, but instead of working reduce offshoring, the Trump Administration backed provisions in the Tax Cut and Jobs Act that provide incentives for corporations to send jobs overseas.

This morning, the House included crucial passenger service agent assault language when passing the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018. Now CWA is urging the Senate to do the same.