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  • Local News , TCU March 16, 2020

    New Jersey Transit Releases Q&A for Employees Concerning the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    In an effort to protect the health and safety of both employees and customers, while continuing to ensure continuous rail passenger service, NJ TRANSIT Rail Operations released a statement of guidance on COVID-19 issues. Click here to read the full release from New Jersey Transit. The Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDC) offer

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  • Local News , TCU March 13, 2020

    IP Martinez Message to IAM Members on COVID-19 Outbreak

    Dear Sisters and Brothers, I know there is much uncertainty surrounding the evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak that has now been classified as a global pandemic. Our daily routines are being affected by the cancellation of many events in an effort to limit the spread of the virus. I want each and every member of our

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  • Local News , TCU January 18, 2020

    All Labor Has Dignity

    Sisters, Brothers and Friends of the IAM, Like so many other social justice warriors, Dr. King realized that inequality is a threat to our democracy. He spent his life fighting and calling for economic justice. King realized that inequality is a threat to our democracy—right until the very end. As we pause to celebrate his

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  • Local News , TCU January 17, 2020

    TCU Members – Register for IAM’s 2020 Presidential Endorsement Election

    Don’t miss the opportunity to help choose who the IAM should endorse for the U.S. president. Register today and be a part of the decision. There’s a new process that gives IAM members the opportunity to vote online for a candidate of their choice. To do so, you must register to vote in our endorsement

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  • Local News , TCU December 14, 2019

    IAM Local 519 – Strike Contribution and Family Go Fund Me Request

    From TCU President Bob Scardelletti: On October 13, 2019, 36 members of IAM Local 519 working for ASARCO, went on strike against a subsidiary of Grupo Mexico, in the small mining towns of Kearny and Hayden in Arizona. Click here to read the letter from Lodge 519 President Paul Shepherd containing detailed information on the

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