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President Biden Doubles Down on His Commitment and Support for Workers
In his second State of the Union address, President Biden doubled down on his commitment to push for an economic framework that is centered around meeting the needs of working families. In a political climate starved of leaders who will stand up to the wealthy and well-connected, President Biden’s message stood out loud and clear - workers come first.
CWA Applauds Marty Walsh for Championing the Rights of Workers, Calls for a Successor to Follow in His Footsteps
Throughout his tenure as Secretary of Labor, Marty Walsh has done a phenomenal job ensuring workers have a seat at the table. He has gone above and beyond to protect and expand the rights of working families, including CWA members. We encourage President Biden to nominate a successor who will follow in Walsh’s footsteps.
New Report: Over 90% of ‘Authorized Retail’ Workers at Leading Telecom Carriers Report Wage Theft; Nearly Three Quarters Make Less Than $16 an Hour
A new report released today by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the National Employment Law Project (NELP) provides a first-of-its-kind look at the effects of outsourcing in the wireless telecom industry.
CWA Member on Strike at Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to Attend State of the Union as Congressman Chris Deluzio’s Guest
James “Hutchie” VanLandingham, with a nearly 30-year career at the paper, will represent his fellow workers who have been on strike for over four months.
CWA Arizona State Council Endorses Rep. Ruben Gallego for U.S. Senate
Throughout his career, Rep. Gallego has been a steadfast supporter of working families and the labor movement.