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E.g., 10/18/2019

APWU National Officer Election Results Certified

The official results of the APWU Election of National Officers have been tabulated and were certified by the American Arbitration Association on Oct. 12. A summary will be published in the November-December issue of The American Postal Worker. The...

House Representative Elijah Cummings, Champion for Postal Workers, Dies at 68

The American Postal Workers Union joins the country in mourning the death of Representative Elijah Cummings (D-MD-7), chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The Oversight and Government Reform Committee is the main...

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The Contract Fight

APWU Retiree Paul Felton of the 480-481 Area Local wrote the poem below. As we negotiate our contract Postal workers are under attack They’re giving too much of our work away And the mail we handle they try to delay These issues will not be resolved...

Marking 50 Years Since Selma

March 7 commemorates the 50th anniversary of the march for civil rights from Selma to Montgomery, AL, which was cut short by police brutality. The march galvanized the burgeoning movement for voting rights and was a catalyst for passage of the...

King v. Burwell Supreme Court Case: Affordable Care Act Hangs in the Balance

Continued access to affordable health insurance for many early retirees is at stake as the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday in the case of King v. Burwell, a lawsuit challenging provisions in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The...

e-Team Report, March 6, 2015

APWU Stands Firm with Allies – No TPP and No Fast Track In the coming weeks, Congress is expected to consider a wrongheaded bill to "Fast Track" passage of the international trade deal known as Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).  TPP would be the...

Bad Weather Doesn’t Rain on Eastern Region, Northeast Region CAT Training’s Parade

Training for the APWU contract campaign moved to the Eastern and Northeast Regions on March 4 in Atlantic City, NJ. Despite a looming snowstorm, more than 65 union leaders and activists participated.

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