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  • Legislative & Political Action Committee

    1118's Legislative & Political Action Committee team members work with Local Leadership, State & Local Governments, and other Labor organizations to promote legislation that improves the lives of the Working Class. To find out more about what we're doing, or to see how you can pitch in, send us an email at lpat@cwa1118.org.

    Oct 10, 2018
    Brothers & Sisters - The 2018 midterm elections are upon us, and we have a chance to make a significant impact on the next two years of Working Class life within New York State. Sign up right now for phone banking at the Union Hall for any of the following dates; whether you can dedicate 2.
    Download: 2018 Midterm Phonebanks - GE - Albany.pdf

    Jun 14, 2018
    The End is Nigh! The end of the 2018 NY Legislative Session, that is; on Wednesday, June 20th, our elected State Representatives retire from the Business of the People until the 2018 Mid-Term Elections come rolling in.  Call Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan at 855-980-2291 and tell him:  “We need to bring the NY Call Center Jobs Act (S.
    Download: NY Call Center Bill June 2018 - John Flanagan - CWA action number.pdf

    Apr 18, 2018
    In the face of severe attacks on public sector unions via the pending Janus case, Cuomo signed new legislation last week to help unions fight back.
    Apr 17, 2018
    Mar 09, 2018
    In a big victory for New York consumers, CWA reached a settlement with Verizon that will require the company to repair 54 central offices across the state, replace bad cable, defective equipment, faulty back-up batteries, and to take down 64,000 double telephone poles. The agreement also includes increased broadband buildout to major apartment buildings in New York City and more than 30,000 homes across the state. The settlement is the result of a CWA campaign to pressure the New York Public Service Commission (PSC) to require Verizon to upgrade and repair the legacy telephone network and to expand consumer access to broadband. CWA reached a similar settlement in Pennsylvania last year. That settlement required the company to repair and replace bad cable, defective equipment, faulty back-up batteries, and to take down 15,000 double telephone poles.

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