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June 16, 2016
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Transport Workers Union of America Endorses Hillary Clinton for President
Washington D.C. – The Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), which represents 140,000 workers from all across the country, today endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. In making their endorsement, TWU’s International Administrative Committee (IAC) noted her dedication to ensuring working people have a voice against corporate America and her plan to invest billions in the country’s infrastructure.
“Working people in this country continue to suffer because of Corporate America. They see good wages and retirement security slowly ripped from them by CEOs who make millions. Our next president must be someone who will give working people a voice at the table—who will stand up and say enough is enough.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 3, 2016
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Transport Workers Union of America Locals 250-A, 502 & 505 Endorse Hillary Clinton for President
California – The Transport Workers Union of America Locals 250-A, 502 and 505 today endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. In making their endorsement, the locals cited her commitment to giving working people a voice against corporate America, to workers’ bargaining rights and protecting retirement security, and her plan to invest in the country’s infrastructure.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 12, 2016
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TWU Members Join Deny NAI Coalition for Day of Action at White House
Urge U.S. Government to Enforce U.S.–EU Air Transport Agreement, Defend Fair Competition
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Members from the Transport Workers Union of America’s Air Division joined representatives of organizations representing more than 200,000 aviation workers at a rally in front of the White House today. The coalition is calling on the Obama administration to enforce U.S. trade agreements by denying Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) application to serve the United States with a business plan that ignores U.S. trade policy, erodes fair competition, and threatens U.S. jobs.