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The latest information about who is voting to join CWA.
Verizon Wireless retail workers in Everett and Lynnwood, Wash., and Brooklyn, N.Y., voted to ratify their contracts last Friday.
CWAers around the country are working to pass pro-worker legislation and supporting pro-worker candidates, defeat "right to work," and promote Build Broadband Better.
A group of 63 employees who work in National Public Radio's (NPR) digital media division have announced that they are organizing a union with NABET-CWA.
President Biden has nominated Deirdre Hamilton to serve on the National Mediation Board, which is the agency that resolves labor-management disputes in the rail and airline industries.
President Biden's executive order raising the minimum wage for federal contractors to $15 will transform the lives of hundreds of thousands of workers who have been earning poverty wages for far too long.
President Biden's executive order creating a Presidential Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment is a historic step toward increasing worker power and realizing the promise of the National Labor Relations Act.
On April 15, more than 100 labor leaders, lawmakers, environmental activists, and allies called on General Electric (GE) to stop outsourcing and offshoring American jobs.
The act would use the federal tax code and federal grants, loans and contracts to stop the outsourcing of American jobs.
Earlier this week, Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announced that he will be co-sponsoring the PRO Act.
Earlier today, CWA members, retirees, and allies gathered for a town hall to discuss the urgency of passing the For the People Act.