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Federal Communications Commission Building
October 26, 2021

Biden’s Nominees Will Champion the Concerns of Workers and Consumers at the FCC

Today, President Biden showed his commitment to bringing reliable, high speed internet service to every American by re-nominating Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel and nominating Gigi Sohn to fill the FCC’s vacant seat.

Organizing Update
October 21, 2021

Organizing Update

The latest CWA organizing news.

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October 21, 2021

CWA President Chris Shelton: We Will Not Give Up

On Monday, CWA President Chris Shelton addressed the delegates to the 78th CWA Convention, held virtually for the first time ever.

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NJ Pension Update

New Jersey State Senate president Steve Sweeney announced that he would not post the Constitutional Amendment to protect New Jersey public worker pensions for a final vote in the Senate.

Fight for $15 Activists Meet in Richmond

T-Mobile, Envoy Air and Tennessee State University employees will join thousands of workers in Richmond, Va., this week, rallying around the nationwide campaign for $15 an hour and a union at the national Fight for $15 convention.

TPP Vote Count Doesn’t Add Up

A ranking Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee and at least 10 House Republicans who had voted for "fast track" trade promotion authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership have announced their opposition to the trade deal.

New Jersey CWAers Rally to Protect Pensions

This week, CWA members, retirees, staff, and leaders were joined by other public sector union members at the New Jersey Statehouse to demand that the Constitutional Amendment to ensure pension payments be put up for a vote and passed in the Senate.