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The Communications Workers of America’s intense multi-pronged political program, combined with a year-long effort to highlight the failed promises of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, made the difference in some of the most competitive races of the 2018 midterm election. Tuesday’s results are a defining moment for pro-worker progressives who will change the face of Congress, state houses and hundreds of local and municipal offices from coast-to-coast.

Piedmont Airlines passenger service agents represented by the Communications Workers of America ratified a new five-year contract today. The agreement covers 6,000 agents in 28 states at the American Airlines subsidiary, and provides significant improvements in the collective bargaining agreement, including wage increases across the board and new defined pay scales.

All 21 Iowa CWA public sector bargaining units have voted overwhelmingly to keep their union.

CWA members have been fighting to pass similar call center legislation at the federal level and in numerous states.

CWA submitted new comments on October 31 to the FCC on the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger.

On Monday, hundreds of General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) workers rallied outside their call center in Hattiesburg, Miss., against poverty level wages.

Last week, thirteen CWA members completed an intensive residential training program as part of the 2018 CWA Minority Leadership Institute.

The latest bargaining information for Envoy Air and AT&T Midwest and AT&T Legacy T.

The latest election information for Michigan, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Arizona.

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