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CWA LOCAL 2001 SPECIAL

MEMBERSHIP MEETING THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019

7:00 P.M., UNION HALL

SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS:
NOMINATIONS FOR EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

Bargaining Update

Thursday - December 03, 2015
Activists have a holiday greeting for Verizon on Black Friday.

Organizing Update

Thursday - December 03, 2015
English language teachers join TNG-CWA. Cricket retail employees in Maryland join CWA.

Get Financial Predators Out of Banking

Thursday - December 03, 2015
Join tens of thousands of activists and take a stand against the outrageous fees and practices of financial predators who are raking in $103 billion a year by targeting some of the most vulnerable Americans.

CWA Activists Join CLUW Convention

Thursday - December 03, 2015
CWA's contingent of 32 activists attending the Coalition of Labor Union Women convention in Sacramento was the largest of any labor group, and CWAers are determined to increase their numbers.

Best Wishes from CWA for a Safe, Happy, Union-Made Thanksgiving

Thursday - December 03, 2015
Here are some recommendations for a union-made holiday season.

CWA e-Newsletter: Nov. 19, 2015

Thursday - December 03, 2015
CWAers Call Out Windstream for Extreme Health Care Demands; CWA Petitions Maryland Public Service Commission to Investigate Verizon Service Quality; A Year After Caseworker Stabbing, Leah's Law Moves Forward; and more.

CWA Petitions Maryland Public Service Commission to Investigate Verizon Service Quality

Thursday - December 03, 2015
CWA is calling on the Maryland Public Service Commission to re-open investigation into the quality of service on Verizon's copper network, the primary network serving much of the state, including Baltimore.

CWAers Call Out Windstream for Extreme Health Care Demands

Thursday - December 03, 2015
CWA members and supporters rallied outside Windstream Communications' corporate headquarters in Little Rock, Ark., this week, calling on the company to back off its outrageous demands for cuts in workers' health care.

A Year After Caseworker Stabbing, Leah’s Law Moves Forward

Thursday - December 03, 2015
The fight to better protect New Jersey Department of Children and Families workers took a great leap forward on Monday when a state legislature committee unanimously approved "Leah's Law," a bill that would require police officers to be stationed inside state child welfare offices.
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