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“Arresting a CNN correspondent and crew while they were doing their jobs to inform the American public about the protests in Minneapolis is completely unacceptable,” said NABET-CWA President Charlie Braico.
Working people are desperate for our leaders to put partisanship aside and do what is right for our health, our economy and our country. The HEROES Act is a major step forward.
The deadline and rules for application have been changed for the NABET-CWA Memorial Scholarships.
Wall Street’s pursuit of profit at any cost has taken over our economy, enriching the wealthy few while the rest of us have to get by with less and less.
The Journalist Protection Act makes it a federal crime to intentionally cause bodily injury to a journalist affecting interstate or foreign commerce in the course of reporting or in a manner designed to intimidate him or her from newsgathering for a media organization.
The past few weeks have had heat waves and high humidity, with some days reaching 100 degrees. In weather like this, everyone should take precautions to protect themselves.
The Supreme Court just ruled that public sector union members can refuse to pay their “fair share” of the costs of union representation. They don’t know who they’re up against.
Today’s Supreme Court decision on the Janus v. AFSCME case marks a sad day for all working people and continues a long campaign by corporate interests and right wing groups to restrict our ability to stand together.
And the results are in! NABET-CWA is thrilled to announce that a majority of the more than 100 broadcast technicians employed by NBC Sports Network on NASCAR events voted for Union Representation!
It's not too late yet to find that perfect holiday gift that carries a union label and is made in America.
The appellate court adopted the draft judgment prepared by the NLRB, with certain modifications.