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  • Local News , TCU March 5, 2021

    Congressional Leaders meet with Amazon Employees in Support of Union Vote

    A group of House Democrats met with Amazon workers in Alabama, the latest move to support union drives as it tries to get pro-labor legislation through Congress. Organized by Rep. Andy Levin of Michigan, a labor lawyer who worked for years with the AFL-CIO, the delegation will include Rep. Terri A. Sewell of Alabama and

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  • Local News , TCU February 26, 2021

    FRA Issues Emergency Order Requiring Face Mask Use in Railroad Operations

    The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has issued an Emergency order implementing a mask requirement for all freight and passenger railroad employees in all crafts. This comes after the recent Center of Disease Control guidelines. According to the FRA, field observations from safety inspectors regarding mask use on railroad property indicate “that the critical practice of

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  • Local News , TCU February 19, 2021

    TTD Release – Greg Regan and Shari Semelsberger Elected as President and Secretary-Treasurer

    Executive Committee unveils award to honor former president Larry Willis Greg Regan and Shari Semelsberger were unanimously elected today as President and Secretary-Treasurer, respectively, of the Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO (TTD), by the organization’s Executive Committee, of which TCU is a member. Regan started at TTD as a legislative representative in 2011, was elected secretary-treasurer

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  • Local News , TCU February 12, 2021

    2020 Grievance Handling Report: 1.1 Million Dollars Collected for TCU Members

    TCU/IAM members received over 1 million dollars in 2020 as a direct result of grievance settlements on the property and/or arbitration awards. In addition 45 members were returned to work after having been improperly terminated or dismissed from service. “Filing grievances to protect our members and our work is the primary responsibility of every TCU/IAM

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  • Local News , TCU February 1, 2021

    TCU Celebrates Black History Month

    February is Black History Month, and TCU is proud to recognize the valuable role African Americans play in our country and the labor movement. Traditionally TCU honors the legacy of A. Philip Randolph, a staunch leader in the civil rights and labor movements. In 1925 Randolph organized and led the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters,

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