CWA NJ Newsletter March 21st

From working to stop Verizon from hurting small businesses to working to stop Governor Christie from closing developmental centers, this is some of the work CWA members have been up to this week.

CWA works with Coalition Partners to Tell Telecom Companies Not To Force NJ Residents Onto Unregulated/Untested/Outdated Product

(TRENTON, NJ) – Today, “Don’t Hang Up On New Jersey” – a coalition of more than 30 consumer advocates and labor/community organizations representing over one million New Jerseyans – announced a campaign demanding telecommunications giants, like Verizon, immediately stop forcing customers off traditional copper line phone serv

Hetty Rosenstein and Bob Masters Make Politicker NJ's "Power List"

Politicker NJ, the go to site for people interested in indepth reporting on NJ politics, just released it's yearly "Labor Power List," a round up of the personalities and organizations that make the labor movement in New Jersey what it is.

Press Clips for Feb 12

If you read one thing today:

Join your co-workers at NJ Transit in organizing for a voice at work!

Ready to join your co-workers at NJ Transit in organizing for a voice at work? Sign a card today! Click here to get a card.  You can print out and mail your signed card to:

CWA District One
ATT: Anne Luck-Deak
102 S. Warren St
Trenton, NJ 08608