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CWA members fought for every vote as if our lives depended on it, because they did.

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Coronavirus Update

CWA leaders are engaging with employers on safety and prevention measures.

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Steffens May Day PRO Act Rally
May 6, 2021

CWAers Hit The Streets to Pass the PRO Act

On May Day, CWA members and activists held rallies and participated in phone and text banks to draw public attention to the fight to pass the PRO Act.

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May 6, 2021

GE CEO's $47 Million Bonus Rejected After IUE-CWA Members Protest

On Tuesday, in a rare move for S&P 500 companies, GE shareholders rejected a $47 million bonus package for CEO Larry Culp.

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May 6, 2021

Maximus Worker Joins Labor Secretary Marty Walsh to Discuss $15 Minimum Wage

President Biden's executive order will transform the lives of hundreds of thousands of federal contract workers who have been earning poverty wages for far too long.

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Taking on Wall Street and the Big Banks

The next "train the trainer" session for CWA activists fighting for financial reform will be held in Texas in April for CWAers from Texas, Missouri, Kentucky, Michigan and Minnesota.

Organizing Update

More than 2,000 DirecTV technicians, warehouse and administrative workers in California and Nevada now have a CWA voice.

Bargaining Update

20 Senators Cite Verizon for Failing to Negotiate a Fair Contract;  Nine Months and Counting; AT&T West Bargaining; Tentative Agreement at Spirit Airlines; Flight Attendants Picket Across the System for Fair Contract at United

Democracy Update

CWA members, and thousands of other activists from more than 200 groups, have been making plans to be in Washington, D.C., for April 16-18's Democracy Awakening.

CWAers Feeling the Bern

The campaign by Senator Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination goes forward, after primaries and caucuses this week in Arizona, Idaho and Utah.

Pulling Back the Curtain on Union Busting

This week, the Labor Department finalized the "persuader rule," which will require corporations to disclose their relationships with consultants and lawyers hired to run behind-the-scenes, anti-union campaigns.