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January 26, 2018 — News

In an article in Labor Notes, North Carolina Municipal Workers gather to begin their 4 month long Bill of Rights campaign on Martin Luther King Day to fight for higher wages, grievance protections, safety, and union rights.

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Jersey Library Workers Get Loud to Win $15

CWA New Jersey ran a successful Fight for 15 campaign in Camden. CWA Representative Jim McAsey showed how workers used the campaign to grow from 65% to 93% membership.

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Tennessee Campus Workers Foil Billionaire Governor's Outsourcing Scheme

In an article in Labor Notes, activists from CWA's United Campus Workers recount the mobilization that defeated Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam's secret plan to outsource thousands of jobs.

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No Protection for Protectors Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams

Thoughts of halting the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) have been replaced by angry pronouncements about its unregulated powers.