New York Governor to Local 3: ‘Your Fight is Our Fight’ against Charter/Spectrum

 

New York Local 3’s fight with Charter/Spectrum is nearing the two-year mark. Members and their allies are far from rolling over, however.

 

Report: Middle Class Out of Reach for Six in 10 Americans

 

Despite the lowest U.S. unemployment rate in 50 years, the American Dream is elusive for most working people, according to a new “Opportunity Index” based on data from the nation’s 204 most populous metro areas.

 

IBEW Leaders Mobilize on Capitol Hill to Kill Pension Attack, For Now

 

The call went out Monday Nov. 26: our pensions are under attack.

Congress was considering a law that would put the pensions of tens of millions of union workers at risk, and the rumors were that they would be taking it up in days, if not hours.

 

IBEW ‘Visionary’ Ed Hill Passes Away

 

International President Emeritus Edwin D. Hill, a transformative trade unionist who modernized and shepharded his beloved IBEW through one of the deepest and most painful recessions in history, died Saturday, Dec. 1. He was 81.

 

IBEW Helps Florida Recover from Hurricane Michael

 

Hurricane Michael devastated Florida this fall. But IBEW members from across North America were on hand to help residents and communities get back on their feet.