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If Walmart Paid Its 1.4 Million U.S. Workers A Living Wage, It Would Result In Almost No Pain For The Average Customer

A study released this week found that if the nation's largest low-wage employer, Walmart, were to pay its 1.4 million U.S. workers a living wage of at least $12 per hour and pass e...

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CEOs Earn 343 Times More Than Typical Workers

In 2010, chief executives at some of the nation’s largest companies earned an average of $11.4 million in total pay — 343 times more than a typical American worker, according to ...

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AT$T To Buy T-Mobile USA In Cash-and-Stock Deal Valued At $39 Billion

Following is a statement by CWA President Larry Cohen on the planned acquisition of T-Mobile USA by AT&T: "Today’s announcement of the acquisition of T-Mobile USA by AT&T is a v...

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AT$T Legacy T Surplus & VTP Announcement!

CWA VP Ralph Maly received the following SURPLUS and VTP Announcement from Diane Bradley, Assistant VP AT$T Legacy T Labor Relations. Download PDF file below for more information...

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AT$T Legacy T Declares Surplus & VTP

CWA VP Ralph Maly received the following SURPLUS and VTP Announcement from Diane Bradley, Assistant VP AT$T Legacy T Labor Relations. Download PDF file below for more information...

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Senator Coburn: Report Will Make Us 'Look Like Jackasses'

Sen. Tom Coburn issued a cryptic warning about a Government Accountability Office report that will be released Tuesday morning, saying it will make “all of us look like jackasses....

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New Report Details Affordable Care Act Resources and Flexibility for States

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today released a new report showing that the Affordable Care Act provides states with significant flexibility and resources t...

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No Unions: Government By The Rich, For The Rich

"Let's be clear. The attacks are concerted. Wisconsin, historically an important place of unionized workers, is an important battleground. If the public unions can be broken there,...

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PUBLIC SECTOR UNIONS CREATE COST SAVINGS

"What is particularly troublesome about the message currently being presented in the media, and espoused by some politicians, is the conscious effort to avoid, rather than address ...

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A View From The Line: By Dave Schoenecker

"There's a place on the Far South Side of Chicago that's gone through some very hard times and some rather good times. It's pulled through when so many other places ...

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