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For over a decade, CWA members in West Virginia and across our country have been fighting to protect the ability of working people to fully participate in our democracy.
There is a TA for the Comcast Alle-Kiske group. A comprehensive report on the changes to the contract will be distributed to the membership for review prior to the ratification meeting, which is scheduled for 6/16/21 at 7PM.
The company continues to make unacceptable wage proposals, while the Union presented a proposal designed to bring us to a settlement. Negotiations continue.
Currently, no federal law protects the freedom of state and local public service workers to join a union and bargain collectively.
Unions and community groups across the United States are joining together in a month-long mobilization to make sure as many people as possible receive at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot by July 4th.
CenturyLink VA bargaining sessions are scheduled in June and the contract's expiration date extended. Negotiations with Comcast over the Alle-Kiske contract continue. Tentative Agreements were reached with the State of Delaware and ITS. By mutual agreement, LifePath negotiations are on hold.
The For the People Act ensures that eligible voters can participate in elections and reduces the role of large donations in political campaigns.
Negotiations with LifePath were scheduled, but the expected revenue reimbursements due came in woefully short. Both parties agreed to continue under the extension agreement until ample funding has been secured.
AT&T announced a plan this week to spin off its WarnerMedia division and combine it into a new company with Discovery.
CWA activists' efforts to inform voters about the For the People Act and get them to contact their Senators have been paying off.