Supporters of the For the People Act rallied on the steps of the Supreme Court yesterday to speak out about the necessity of passing the bill in order to realize the promise of our democracy.
The bill, which has overwhelming public support, would help eliminate the the gender pay gap by guaranteeing that women can challenge pay discrimination and disclose information about their wages.
New Jersey and Virginia held primary elections this week for state and local offices.
On June 4, members of IUE-CWA Local 84811 and allies rallied in Janesville, Wisc., to demand that local manufacturer Hufcor halt its plan to offshore 200 manufacturing jobs to Mexico.
The local has filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board.
Last week, a group of CWA members participated in a multi-day "Build Broadband Better" training program to learn how to increase public support for proposals to fund broadband buildout.
CWA Local 7050 members joined over 100 other working people in Phoenix, Ariz., for a PRO Act town hall hosted by IUPAT and the Arizona State AFL-CIO.
This year's event will highlight Juneteenth's significance for the labor movement and the ongoing work CWAers have been engaged in over the past year to build an anti-racist union.
President Joe Biden has made the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act a key part of his agenda.
The latest bargaining information for Alaska Airlines.
On May 4, more than 1,000 members of CWA Local 7000 who work for the city of Tucson, Ariz., won a new compensation package that raised wages to fair market levels for the first time.
Members of the UCW-CWA Local 3365 have been fighting for a living wage, paid parental leave for staff, hazard pay for essential workers, and more for over a year.
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