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SALARY REPORT—THE $200K CLUB

The $200,000 Club listing of our union’s highest paid officials lets you decide who’s earning the money, who’s not, and what should be done about it.

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Teamster Resolutions for 2019

2018 saw a growing rank-and-file rebellion in labor—in the Teamsters, that rebellion is led by TDU.

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UPSers Vote for Change in NY Local 804

UPS Teamsters in New York have moved from ‘Vote No’ to ‘Vote Them Out.’  The 7,100 members of Local 804 have elected a new team of reformers to lead their local union.

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Members Vote for a New Beginning in Local 96

Washington Gas utility workers have voted in new leadership in Teamsters Local 96 in Washington, D.C. after a grassroots campaign by the New Beginning Slate.

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from TDU. We're thankful for union members who are organizing for economic and social justice. Change is coming to the Teamsters!

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As Contract Time Nears, YRC Deals more MOUs

Just weeks away from negotiations on the next YRC contract, IBT Freight Director Ernie Soehl has agreed to two “pilot programs” to address “driver shortages.”

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Reformers Win in Local 371

On October 19, Local 371 Teamsters elected Mike Kensinger and his whole slate to take leadership of their local. The general local covers the Quad Cities area on both sides of the Mississippi, near Rock Island, Illinois and Davenport, Iowa.

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Honoring Our Veterans

Thank you to veterans and their families for their service and their sacrifices. 

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Hoffa Ratifies Another Weak Contract at UPS Freight

Another weak UPS Freight contract has been ratified after Hoffa threw away our union’s bargaining leverage and left members defenseless against company threats.

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Reformers Win Office in Dallas Local 767

The largest UPS local in the south has voted for a new team of reform leaders, who swept the election in Dallas – Ft. Worth Local 767. The 767 Teamsters United for Change slate won a four-way race with 57 percent of the vote. 

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