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Hoffa urges Congress to stand for workers

(Source: Column by Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa, published in the Detroit News, January 2, 2019)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Starting tomorrow, there will be a new sheriff in Washington taking charge of the House of Representatives. And the Teamsters are confident that she will get things done for the benefit of U.S. workers. Soon-to-be House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pledging to have the backs of hardworking Americans. Last summer, she told hundreds of union members gathered at town hall at the Teamsters Health and Welfare building in downtown Detroit she would prioritize the passage of pension reform legislation that protects the nest eggs of workers and retirees alike. Now it’s time move on this top issue.

Full story: www.teamster.org

Friday, January 4, 2019

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