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Thousands of CWA members in more than 30 cities across the country took to the streets on Saturday for the Working People's Day of Action to demand an end to an economy that's rigged in favor of the wealthiest and most powerful.

Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 is a Supreme Court case that aims to take away the freedom of working people to join together in strong unions to speak up for themselves, their families, and their communities.

The latest bargaining information for Frontier Communications and Avaya.

Employees at the Casper Star-Tribune voted in favor of joining the Denver Newspaper Guild-CWA.

Three CWAers testified at an Illinois General Assembly hearing this week in support of legislation to protect Illinois call center jobs.

President Trump's tax bill is a massive giveaway to the wealthiest and the top 1%, paid for by working families.

A federal court ruled this week that CWA, Public Citizen, and the NRDC have not yet shown that the executive order requiring federal agencies to repeal two regulations for every new regulation issued is causing the sort of injury that permits them to pursue their challenge in court.

CWA, civil rights, and public interest groups filed comments urging the Federal Communications Commission to preserve the Lifeline program.

CWA members participated in a day of action to urge Congress to pass a first step toward legislation that would protect an open internet.

Representatives of Frontier Communications workers throughout West Virginia and in Ashburn, Va. announced that they are prepared to strike if substantial progress is not made on contract negotiations before the current contract expires at midnight on Saturday, March 3.