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Protect our NYS Constitution: Vote NO on a Constitutional Convention

Every 20 years, New York State voters decide on whether to hold a Constitutional Convention, which would allow our State Constitution to be amended or completely rewritten. The outcome could have devastating effects for decades.

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Verizon 4Q17 Surplus Declaration & Special Enhanced Income Protection Plan (EIPP)

Verizon is declaring a surplus condition in 24 titles in Force Adjustment Areas 1-6. In addition the company is declaring a surplus of Central Office Technicians and Representatives in the Manhattan Article 8 Units. This surplus is due to process change and the provisions of the respective FAP Articles 8(b) and 10 will not apply in this case.

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CWA Turns out Strong at the African American Day Parade

Yesterday marked the 48th annual African American Day Parade. CWA Local 1101 joined up with District 1, Locals 1105, 1106 and 1109 to sponsor a float and a proud CWA contingent.

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URGENT: Call Your Senator to Oppose New Health Care Repeal Bill

CWA News, Sept 22, 2017. After so many failed attempts to gut health care, the Republican leadership can't seem to help itself: They've introduced yet another health care repeal bill, and the stakes couldn't be higher. Call 1-888-966-9836 or click here now to tell your Senator to oppose the new health care repeal bill.

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NYC Labor Day Parade 2017 - A Great Day to Be Union

CWA Local 1101 joined CWA District 1 and NY locals to celebrate the Labor Day parade on September 9th. Unions from across the city marched up Fifth Avenue with one message: New York is still a UNION TOWN!

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Rally to Support Spectrum Strikers Monday, Sept 18 at 4pm

Monday, September 18 at 4pm, Foley Square, Centre & Worth St, Lower Manhattan. Spectrum workers have been on strike for six months. On Monday, September 18 they'll be marching from Brooklyn across the Brooklyn Bridge to a rally on the Manhattan side at Foley Square. We'll meet them at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge on the Manhattan side at 4pm and march with them to Foley Square.

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NYC Council Primary Elections are Tues, Sept 12

Vote for the candidates who best represent working families. New York City Council primary elections are Tuesday, September 12. CWA legislative committee members interviewed and evaluated many candidates to determine who we believed would best represent working families in NYC. CWA's recommendations for the candidates in Local 1101's footprint - Manhattan and the Bronx - are below. 

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CWA/AT&T Mobility 2017 Orange Contract Bargaining Report 55

September 8, 2017. The bargaining committees met this week and discussed monitoring in the Retail stores and Call Centers, and the Company's unilateral changes to the MI-60 assignment in the Call Centers. We will revisit this next week when bargaining reconvenes.

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CWA: Trump's Move on Dreamers is Cruel and Mean-Spirited

September 5, 2017. Statement by the Communications Workers of America on the Trump administration’s decision to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program: The Trump administration’s policy to subject 800,000 young immigrants to deportation from the only country they’ve ever known is cruel and mean-spirited.

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NYC African American Day Parade: Sunday, September 17

Join CWA Local 1101 and other Communications Workers of America locals and District 1 at the New York City African American Day parade on Sunday, September 17. This year the African American Day Parade celebrates 48 years in the legendary Harlem, New York. CWA will meet at 12pm on West 112 Street, east side of the street, between St Nicholas Ave and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd at 12pm. Enter block from St Nicholas Ave.

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