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Volume 80, Issue #1 | Spring 2020

CWA News Spring 2020

Building Worker Power

When workers organize, mobilize, and strike together we can build power and win the wages, benefits, and working conditions we need and deserve.
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PRO Act for Worker Rights

Fighting and Winning in 2020

This is a year of challenge - and opportunity - for our union and for the labor movement.
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Thank You Representatives

Supporting Elected Officials Who Support the PRO Act

Passing the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act and other bills to update our outdated, broken labor laws is a top priority for working people across the country, and CWA members have been leading the fight.
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Member Spotlight

On the 50th Anniversary of OSHA, We Need to Do More for Worker Safety

It’s hard to believe that the federal government’s agency to protect workers, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), is only 50 years old.
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Health and Safety

In the Wake of Tragedy, Piedmont Agents Fight for Improved Safety Conditions

On August 11, 2019, Kendrick Hudson, a 24-year-old American Airlines/Piedmont employee at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, died on the job when the vehicle he was driving flipped over after hitting a piece of baggage on the ground that had fallen from a baggage cart that had not been closed.
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OSHA Under Trump

Under Trump, We've Had Fewer Federal OSHA Inspections and More Workplace Fatalities

Since he was elected, President Donald Trump has been doing his corporate friends favors by cutting back on OSHA enforcement activities and rolling back rules that protect workers.
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