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‘Gaining Strength from Our Past, to Fight for Our Future!’

(This article first appeared in the November/December 2019 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) 

Fighting Forward

(This article first appeared in the November/December 2019 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)  The following are excerpts from President Dimondstein’s installation speech given on Oct. 31, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV: I am deeply honored to be...

Stay Informed About Your Union

e-Team Report, June 10, 2011

Headlines Predict Demise of USPS: Legislative Action Needed/H.R. 1351 Update Lawmaker Aims to Ban Option for Deduction of Union Dues Republican Presidential Candidate Calls for End of U.S. Postal Service You Decide — State Legislation, Real or Not?

Local Unions Fight to Save Post Offices

Several south Florida communities are continuing the struggle to keep their neighborhood post offices open. In February, when the USPS released itsmost recent list of targeted stations, one office in Fort Myers, two in Naples, and two locations in...

Supreme Court Sides with One Percent in Home Health Care Case

On Monday, the Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision that makes it harder for home care workers to deliver quality care for their clients. The case, Harris v. Quinn, involves home health care workers in Illinois who are paid through Medicaid but...

Retirees: Join the Legislative Fight!

With postal workers’ pensions and hard-earned benefits in jeopardy, it has never been more crucial for APWU retirees to become actively involved in the legislative arena.

Draft Staffing and Grade Criteria Handbook Settlement

This settlement (case # Q00C4QC05027011) provides that the draft Staffing and Grade Criteria Handbook is not a handbook, manual or published regulation with the force and effect pursuant to Article 19. 

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