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  • Latest Videos , News January 28, 2019

    Rally: Federal Contract Workers Deserve Back Pay Too!

    IAM District Lodge 166 held a rally this past weekend urging Congress to give federal contractors the back pay they deserve. IAM members at Kennedy Space Center in Florida fall under this umbrella, which means currently they will not receive back pay for the time the government was shutdown. The IAM has taken the lead,

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  • Latest Videos , News , Politics & Legislation January 22, 2019

    NFFE-IAM Talks Government Shutdown at Congressional Town Hall

    U.S. representative Don Beyer, a congressman from Virginia’s 8th district, recently held a town hall meeting about the government shutdown. During the event, a representative from IAM-NFFE discussed the legislative stalemate and its painful impact on unionized federal workers.  

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  • Latest Videos , News January 21, 2019

    AFL-CIO MLK Civil and Human Rights Conference

    The “Fierce Urgency of Now” was the theme for the 2019 AFL-CIO Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil and Human Rights Conference in Washington, D.C., where delegates took part in a Day of Service. Machinists Union members wrote letters to veterans. They also participated in the nearby National Women’s March for women’s rights.

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  • Latest Videos , News January 17, 2019

    Call A Vote Rally

    The Machinists joined several unions protesting a Senatorial retreat inside Nationals Stadium in Washington, D.C., demanding that U.S. Senators do their jobs by bringing a vote to the Senate floor to end the government shutdown. Union members rallied January 17 just outside the part of the stadium where the retreat was being held.

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  • Latest Videos , News January 15, 2019

    Machinists Demand Stop to Shutdown

    The Machinists joined powerful politicians and labor leaders in Washington, DC in a loud robust call for an immediate and full reopening of the federal government. The stifling shutdown has ravaged the lives of 800,000 federal workers and contractors, including IAM members who have middle-class families.  

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