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    Week-In-Review
    WIN Week In Review March 24-26, 2017
    WIN Week In Review: March 17-19, 2017
    WIN Week In Review: March 10-12, 2017
    WIN Week In Review: March 3-5, 2017
    WIN Week In Review: February 24-26, 2017
    WIN Week In Review: February 17-19, 2017
  • Week-In-Review
    WIN Week In Review March 24-26, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham The Communications Workers of America say that 11 of its AT&T locals in California and Nevada - some 17,000 workers - went on strike Wednesday. The union says they are on a grievance strike due to AT&T violations of previously negotiated job duties of technicians. These are landline AT&T workers.

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    WIN Week In Review: March 17-19, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka says the Trump budget shortchanges working people by trying to balance the budget on their backs. Trumka says working people in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin didn't vote "or a budget that slashes workforce training and fails to invest in our nation’s infrastructure.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: March 10-12, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham More than 11 million jobs would be created over ten years if Congress approved a $1 trillion U.S. infrastructure rebuild. That’s according to a study from Georgetown University’s Center On Education and The Workforce.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: March 3-5, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham The AFL-CIO says if the leaked draft of the Republican healthcare plan is the one they go with, it's a non-starter. AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka the leaked GOP healthcare plan lowers the healthcare bar when we should be raising it instead. He says the GOP is lowering America's healthcare under the guise of reform.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 24-26, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham [Chants]: "Stand up! Fight back! No Trump, No KKK! No Fascist USA! No Trump!" Thousands rallied on President's Day Monday in at least 25 U.S. cities for Not My President Trump resistance protests. From New York City to Los Angeles and many points in between protesters reminded Trump that the vast majority of Americans did not vote for him.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 17-19, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham Anti-union legislation has failed to pass in New Hampshire's state Assembly. The bill would have prevented workers from deciding to put a requirement to pay union dues in their labor contracts. New Hampshire Professional Fire Fighters President Bill McQuillen told WMUR-TV Thursday it's a win for New Hampshire families.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 10-12, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham 21,000 Communications Workers of America AT&T workers have voted to strike if no agreement is reached on a new labor contract. The current contract expires this weekend. 93 percent of the workers voted to authorize the strike. CWA says its AT&T members in 36 states are showing "overwhelming" support for strike action if no new contract is reached.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 3-5, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham [Sanjay Garla]: "This is part of a wave of organizing that includes janitors, food service workers, shuttle drivers. But this is the single biggest victory that we've had in Silicon Valley and honestly in private sector organizing in California." SEIU Service Workers West Vice-President Sanjay Garla.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: January 27-29, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham Thirty-three new labor law violation charges were filed this week against CKE - Andy Puzder's fast food chain. Puzder is Trump's nominee for U.S. Labor Secretary, a job that's supposed to enforce labor laws to improve workers lives. The charges include sexual harassment, wage theft through wage and hour violations and unfair labor practice charges.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In review: January 20-22, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham [Song Excerpt- "A Million Strong" By Alexa Babakhanian and Cyn Canel Rossi]: "I believe in this moment. We can make our tomorrows. I believe in the girls who came before us who made history. I believe in dreams, hard work and equality.

    Read More...
    WIn Week In Review: January 13-15, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham On Sunday January 15th National Nurses United are making what they say is their first stand to resist harmful policies of the new administration in Washington. It's a national day of action to save health care. NNU Co-President Deborah Burger. [Deborah Burger]: "We want to save health care for everyone. We want to expand Medicare and Medicaid.

    Read More...
    WIn Week In Review: January 6-8, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham The U.S. Postal Serice is ending post office services at Staples stores by March. The American Postal Workers Union protested the program for years as about 500 Staples stores did postal work that post office employees used to provide. The APWU said the Postal Service was trying to privatize the work using workers with much lower pay and worse benefits.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review March 24-26, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham The Communications Workers of America say that 11 of its AT&T locals in California and Nevada - some 17,000 workers - went on strike Wednesday. The union says they are on a grievance strike due to AT&T violations of previously negotiated job duties of technicians. These are landline AT&T workers.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: March 17-19, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka says the Trump budget shortchanges working people by trying to balance the budget on their backs. Trumka says working people in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin didn't vote "or a budget that slashes workforce training and fails to invest in our nation’s infrastructure.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: March 10-12, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham More than 11 million jobs would be created over ten years if Congress approved a $1 trillion U.S. infrastructure rebuild. That’s according to a study from Georgetown University’s Center On Education and The Workforce.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: March 3-5, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham The AFL-CIO says if the leaked draft of the Republican healthcare plan is the one they go with, it's a non-starter. AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka the leaked GOP healthcare plan lowers the healthcare bar when we should be raising it instead. He says the GOP is lowering America's healthcare under the guise of reform.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 24-26, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham [Chants]: "Stand up! Fight back! No Trump, No KKK! No Fascist USA! No Trump!" Thousands rallied on President's Day Monday in at least 25 U.S. cities for Not My President Trump resistance protests. From New York City to Los Angeles and many points in between protesters reminded Trump that the vast majority of Americans did not vote for him.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 17-19, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham Anti-union legislation has failed to pass in New Hampshire's state Assembly. The bill would have prevented workers from deciding to put a requirement to pay union dues in their labor contracts. New Hampshire Professional Fire Fighters President Bill McQuillen told WMUR-TV Thursday it's a win for New Hampshire families.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 10-12, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham 21,000 Communications Workers of America AT&T workers have voted to strike if no agreement is reached on a new labor contract. The current contract expires this weekend. 93 percent of the workers voted to authorize the strike. CWA says its AT&T members in 36 states are showing "overwhelming" support for strike action if no new contract is reached.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: February 3-5, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham [Sanjay Garla]: "This is part of a wave of organizing that includes janitors, food service workers, shuttle drivers. But this is the single biggest victory that we've had in Silicon Valley and honestly in private sector organizing in California." SEIU Service Workers West Vice-President Sanjay Garla.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In Review: January 27-29, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham Thirty-three new labor law violation charges were filed this week against CKE - Andy Puzder's fast food chain. Puzder is Trump's nominee for U.S. Labor Secretary, a job that's supposed to enforce labor laws to improve workers lives. The charges include sexual harassment, wage theft through wage and hour violations and unfair labor practice charges.

    Read More...
    WIN Week In review: January 20-22, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham [Song Excerpt- "A Million Strong" By Alexa Babakhanian and Cyn Canel Rossi]: "I believe in this moment. We can make our tomorrows. I believe in the girls who came before us who made history. I believe in dreams, hard work and equality.

    Read More...
    WIn Week In Review: January 13-15, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham On Sunday January 15th National Nurses United are making what they say is their first stand to resist harmful policies of the new administration in Washington. It's a national day of action to save health care. NNU Co-President Deborah Burger. [Deborah Burger]: "We want to save health care for everyone. We want to expand Medicare and Medicaid.

    Read More...
    WIn Week In Review: January 6-8, 2017

    By Doug Cunningham The U.S. Postal Serice is ending post office services at Staples stores by March. The American Postal Workers Union protested the program for years as about 500 Staples stores did postal work that post office employees used to provide. The APWU said the Postal Service was trying to privatize the work using workers with much lower pay and worse benefits.

    Read More...


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