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50,000 United Auto Workers (UAW) Members on Strike Against General Motors

APWU President Mark Dimondstein calls on all APWU locals, state organizations, retiree and auxiliary chapters and members to support our brother and sister GM workers in their strike for job security and equal pay. 

Interest Arbitration Next Session - APWU Rank and File Witness Panels

During the next session of interest arbitration (Sept. 24-26), postal workers from the workroom floor will serve as key witnesses in front of the arbitration panel. “We always knew that interest arbitration was a possibility and have been preparing...

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APWU President Reports on Negotiations

APWU President Mark Dimondstein presents an update for union members on contract negotiations. The bargaining report is available to APWU members only. To read the summary, click here. For those who are new to the APWU website -- or to the Members...

Retirees Ready for Action

Florida retiree chapters leaders, led by State President Doris Orr- Richardson and Retiree Chapter David Bernstein, are mobilized and ready for action to help promote good service, good jobs, and a good contract at the Florida State Convention. 

Baltimore City Council Unanimously Opposes Postal Privatization

On Monday, March 9, members of the Baltimore City Council voted unanimously to adopt a resolution opposing privatization of the Postal Service. The resolution also urges Baltimore residents to think twice about shopping at Staples.

Locals Show Creativity, Enthusiasm in Contract Campaign

Locals across the country are involving union members in the campaign to win a good contract – and showing creativity and enthusiasm along the way.

Secretary-Treasurer Training

Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth Powell, along with Executive Assistants Roosevelt Stewart and Hannah Lively, and QuickBooks instructor Paul Delaine, is training 135 participants at the National Secretary-Treasurer training in Jacksonville, FL.

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