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  • Legislative Outlook , TCU July 3, 2020

    TCU Demands Congress Support Commuter Rail Workers

    Thousands of commuter rail workers have worked tirelessly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, only to contract the disease, resulting in many deaths. With CARES Act funding due to expire, the IAM and TCU-IAM demand that Congress provide additional funding to ensure the safety and security of all employees. TAKE ACTION: Tell Congress to Support Commuter Rail

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  • Local News , TCU July 1, 2020

    TCU building displays BIDEN 2020 banner

    In support of the Biden 2020 presidential campaign, the TCU building will display the Biden 2020 banner until the election on November 3rd. TCU Members deserve leadership in Washington that will serve those who have worked hard and made sacrifices for the good of this country. We need a leader in the White House who

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  • Member Benefits , TCU June 26, 2020

    Change to the Flexible Spending Account for Members Covered Under (GA-23000)

    MEMBERS COVERED UNDER THE RAILROAD EMPLOYEES NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE PLAN (GA-23000) Change to the Flexible Spending account This is to make you aware of a change involving the Railroad Employees National Health and Welfare Plan Flexible Spending Account. As a result of the COVID-19 crisis and the lack of access to physicians or to

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  • Legislative Events , Legislative Outlook , Politics & Legislation , TCU June 25, 2020

    Senators slam Amtrak over proposed cuts

    Eleven U.S. Senators wrote Amtrak this week in two separate letters that criticized Amtrak’s proposed cuts to long-distance train service and plans to eliminate 20% of the workforce – many of which would be TCU members. As the largest union on Amtrak – representing approx. 6,800 Amtrak employees nationwide – our union is fighting diligently

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  • Member Benefits , TCU June 23, 2020

    AETNA SUPPLEMENTAL SICKNESS CONVERSION TO THE HARTFORD

    This is to make you aware of an upcoming administrative change for eligible employees covered under the Supplemental Sickness Benefit (SSB) Plan for Shopcraft Employees. Effective August 1, 2020, the Supplemental Sickness Benefit Plan, currently administered by Aetna, will transition to The Hartford. Nothing about the SSB Plan currently with Aetna is changing, here’s what

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