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An unknown assailant shoots through a window at United Auto Workers President Walter Reuther as he is eating dinner at his kitchen table, permanently impairing his right arm. It was one of at least two assassination attempts on Reuther. He and his wife later died in a small plane crash under what many believe to be suspicious circumstances.
– DC Labor

April 20, 2021
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    Mark your calendar: 2021 Spring Golf Outing will be held June 12
    Apr. 20, 2021 Local 355 members and retirees are invited to sign up for our Spring Golf event to be held at Queenstown Harbor in Queenstown, Maryland, Saturday, June 12. We’re limited to the first 60 golfers to sign up. Click here for details.

    Tribune sticking with Alden offer for now
    Apr. 14, 2021 Update 4/19: After Wyss backs out, Alden Global regains upper hand in bid for Tribune but Bainum remains committed to purchasing the newspaper chain. The special committee of Tribune Publishing’s board of directors continues to recommend shareholders approve a buyout of the company by Alden Global Capital even as it considers a higher offer from Stewart Bainum Jr. and his business partner, Hansjörg Wyss. In an updated filing Wednesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the newspaper group cited a number of factors in the reasoning to endorse Alden’s deal, valued at about $630 million, over a tentative $680 million offer by Bainum and Wyss… Baltimore Sun

    Harris, Rosen applaud Teamsters’ role in vaccine rollout
    Apr. 13, 2021 The Teamsters understand what is at stake when it comes to combatting the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Teamsters have been working on the front lines during the pandemic, keeping our communities safe and our economy moving. The union is doing all it can to not only deliver the COVID-19 vaccine but to create opportunities for members to be vaccinated as well. And those efforts are not lost on elected officials, who are noticing and giving thanks to the union… Continue reading at Teamsters

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    Investing in Workers Means Justice for Retirees, A Leg Up for the Middle Clas
    Apr. 20, 2021 | OPINION | When work has dignity, everyone can earn a secure retirement. Pensions are critical to the economic security of families who depend on these benefits to afford the rent or the mortgage, their prescription drugs and medical bills, and more. Multiemployer plans allow union workers with different employers to earn and save for a secure retirement, making it easier for workers to move between employers in industries like plumbing or trucking while earning a pension. They allow small businesses that want to do right by their workers, but who are too small to set up pension plans on their own… U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) at
    Miners’ Union Backs Shift From Coal in Exchange for Jobs
    Apr. 20, 2021 | JOBS | The nation’s largest coal miners’ union said Monday it would accept President Joe Biden’s plan to move away from coal and other fossil fuels in exchange for a “true energy transition” that includes thousands of jobs in renewable energy and spending on technology to make coal cleaner. Cecil Roberts, president of the United Mine Workers of America, said ensuring jobs for displaced miners — including 7,000 coal workers who lost their jobs last year — is crucial to any infrastructure bill taken up by Congress… AP News
    Weekly News Wrap-Up: 4/16/2021

      • California port truck drivers strike
      • Labor after Bessemer
      • The long struggle against giving up
      • 1,300 steelworkers strike in five states
      • A year in the life of Safeway 1048
      • The shifting composition of unions
      • Public opinion on unions has remained high for decades
      • OSHA preparing emergency rules to protect workers from Covid
      • New cross-border trucking rule will protect Teamster drivers
      • Terminal at Port of LA impacted by truck driver strike

    Amazon Union Vote Shows Why We Need the PRO Act
    Apr. 14, 2021 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS | […] While the outcome may not have resulted in a union, there is no doubt that the Bessemer union drive is just the beginning of a re-energized national labor movement — a movement driven by the systemic inequality that has allowed Jeff Bezos to become the richest man in the world while his employees are forced to forgo breaks and urinate in bottles in order to meet demands from management. Inspired by the fight in Bessemer, Amazon workers at other fulfillment centers in Baltimore, New Orleans, Portland, Denver, and southern California have all begun exploring ways to form unions at their own Amazon facilities. “The American public is now hyper-aware of what Amazon warehouse workers and drivers are forced to go through: Grueling hours with impossible demandsNation of Change
    America Needs to Empower Workers Again
    Apr. 14, 2021 | OPINION | […] Organized labor used to provide a counterweight to corporate influence. Unions were never in a position to match corporate dollar power, but they could offer people power — the ability to mobilize their members and their members’ friends and neighbors in a way corporations couldn’t. And we need that kind of countervailing power more than ever. … New York Times

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As we pass the one-year mark of the Covid-19 pandemic, we will continue to do what we can to protect the health of our members and staff while providing you service and support. Until further notice, safety procedures instituted in March 2020 remain in effect. Click here for important notices regarding COVID-19 policies regarding our office and credit union hours of operation. If you need to see your business agent or have questions or concerns, give us a call at 410-566-5700.
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