The Journal Newsletter August 2014

CWA Local 4319 to see the latest news in our local community. We are excited to have gone digital with The Journal Newsletter and trust you will enjoy being able to access our newsletter any time you want on our website. You can read it online, or download and print to read later.  Use the SUBSCRIBE form to receive The Journal directly to your email. We publish bi-monthly, and our target dates for future issues are for the first weeks of June, […]

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The Journal Newsletter: June 2014

 Inside this issue: President’s Report: “We Need a Common Narrative” Of “Local” Interest Summer Fun Is A College Degree worth what it Costs? This Day in Labor History President’s Report: “We Need a Common Narrative”  Pinch-hitting for Local 4319 president Robert V. Hull, this month’s President’s Report is an article about CWA President Larry Cohen’s remarks at the American’s Future “New Populism” conference, from May 29, 2014, courtesy of www.cwa-union.org. New populism necessitates movement building, CWA President Larry Cohen said. […]

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The Journal Newsletter: November 2013

This past year, there was a small glimmer of hope that so-called Right to Work legislation had been tabled here in Ohio, possibly indefinitely. Perhaps our legislators were still stinging from the big-time rebuke the voters in this state handed them when we voted down Senate Bill 5 in a state-wide referendum. But some folks just can’t take “No” for an answer, and now, like the proverbial bad penny, they’re back. On the local evening news, it was recently reported […]

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The Journal Newsletter: September 11, 2013

On August 14, Social Security celebrated its 78th birthday. I can’t imagine anyone whose life has not been positively impacted by this program, either directly or indirectly. Maybe there is a grandparent who has been able to live in dignified retirement rather than poverty, thanks to that well-earned monthly check. Or perhaps it’s a child who lost a father, and whose mother was able to collect Social Security benefits to help raise that child. Whether its widow/widower benefits, retirement benefits, […]

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