The Supreme Court has opened the floodgates for unlimited corporate money to pour into our politics and corrupt our democracy.
Over the past two years, the Trump administration has been gradually rolling out changes to federal regulations to give even more power to corporate executives.
CWA members from every sector and district came together to discuss and make decisions about the union's future and how to make CWA STRONG.
A list of the resolutions approved at the 2019 CWA Convention.
CWA President Chris Shelton issued a statement in response to the reported divestiture deal with DISH as part of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger.
If confirmed by the Senate, President Trump’s new pick for Labor Secretary, Eugene Scalia, will follow the Trump administration's blueprint of weakening employment and health and safety protections for workers.
This week, CWA members are launching a program to fight back against job instability, corporate tax loopholes, and the trade deals that harm working people.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) introduced the Inclusive Prosperity Act, which imposes a Wall Street sales tax to generate revenues to invest in the needs of the American people.
CWA signed an open letter sent this week to all 2020 presidential candidates urging them to make comprehensive democracy reform a centerpiece of their campaign platforms.
At the CWA District 6 conference in St. Louis this week, CWA President Chris Shelton urged members and activists to stay focused on moving our agenda for working families forward.
This week, Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) introduced the Return to Prudent Banking Act of 2019.
CWA members from across the country this week attended the We the People membership summit of progressive organizations focusing on strategies to fight back against attacks on our democracy.
When the Republican corporate tax cut bill was being debated, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson was happy to make big promises to the American people that if it passed, AT&T would create thousands of new jobs.
CWA members from Locals 13000 and 13500 gathered in Harrisburg for a Reversing Runaway Inequality training last week.
CWA members made thousands of calls to their representatives in Congress, and their efforts paid off when Congress passed the For the People Act.
Members of the Committee for Better Banks, a CWA project, gathered in Washington, D.C., this week as Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan was called in to testify in front of the House Financial Services Committee.
One of the most outrageous loopholes in our tax code is the "carried interest" loophole, which allows hedge fund and private equity fund managers to claim part of what is really salary income as capital gains instead.
The United Automobile Workers joined CWA this week urging the House Ways and Means Committee to investigate how major corporations are spending the enormous tax cut benefits they received from the 2018 tax bill.
The Wall Street Tax Act, introduced this week in the Senate and the House, would make our tax system fairer and put the brakes on corporate greed.
In order to get the Republican corporate tax cut bill passed, many big businesses made big promises to workers that their wages would go up.
CWA President Chris Shelton testified in front of Congress on Wednesday at a U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology hearing on the T-Mobile/Sprint merger.
CWA members across the country made nearly 1000 calls this week as part of a Day of Action to pass the For the People Act.
CWA District 2-13 trainers led a Reversing Runaway Inequality training in Philadelphia last week for members of three locals across Pennsylvania.
At the CWA District 9 Leadership Conference, CWA President Chris Shelton rallied CWAers to channel the energy from the 2018 Midterm Elections into passing pro-worker legislation and more.