With California Utilities in the Balance, IBEW Locals Seek Sensible Wildfire Solutions

 

Last year’s California wildfires killed dozens of people and left more than 2,100 square miles of costly destruction in their wake.

 

IBEW Members Help Kill Right-to-Work in Missouri

 

In a resounding victory for the IBEW and working families, Missouri voters overwhelmingly rejected a right-to-work law on Aug. 7 that had been passed by the GOP-controlled state legislature and signed by former Gov. Eric Greitens.

 

Union-Run Health Clinics: Solidarity Through Affordable Care

 

In union-dense New York City, Local 3 has long operated a medical clinic for members from its headquarters in Queens. Its nearly 30,000 members could populate a respectably-sized small town, so it’s little wonder the local has the means to offer its Pension Hospitalization and Benefit Plan participants a wide range of services, from apprentice entry exams to X-rays.

 

2018 IBEW Political Conference

 

IBEW activists from around the country came together to help change Washington and America for the better this November