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  • Local News , TCU December 7, 2020

    Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

    The surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941 is one of the most significant events in the history of our nation, as it directly resulted in the United States entering World War II.  TCU honors the memory of the more than 2,400 US service members and American civilians who lost their lives in the attack

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  • Local News , TCU November 30, 2020

    TCU Mourns the Loss of Larry Willis

    TCU National President Artie Maratea issued the following statement following the passing of TTD President Larry Willis: The entire TCU family is in mourning today as we remember our brother and leader Larry Willis, President of the Transportation Trades Department (TTD), AFL-CIO. Larry was a consummate leader and mentor to everyone in the labor movement,

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  • Local News , TCU November 20, 2020

    TCU 2021 Dues Increase

    In accordance with the IAM Constitution, their monthly per capita tax is increased by using the average of the percentage increase in the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W) as published by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Canadian Consumer Price Index as published by

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  • Local News , TCU November 10, 2020

    Veterans Day Message from TCU President Artie Maratea

    Since our forefathers founded this country, America’s military has battled to keep it, and to keep us, safe. To honor every veteran who has fought for freedom, Veterans Day became an officially recognized day of remembrance in 1954. On Veterans Day, we remember the fallen and pay tribute to those heroes who still fight. Please

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  • Legislative Outlook , Local News , TCU November 4, 2020

    VOTE 2020 – Statement from TCU National President Artie Maratea

    TCU National President Artie Maratea issued the following statement: “The race for President remains close. President Trump has done remarkably well in turn out, while Joe Biden has surpassed Barack Obama’s 2008 popular vote total. More Americans have voted in this election than ever before, and every vote deserves to be counted, no matter how

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