Join the Pension Justice Campaign

December 15, 2014: Congress has passed pension cut legislation. Our Campaign for Pension Justice will make our voices heard from Capitol Hill to the Central States Pension Fund.

We’re not going to stand by and let this happen without a fight.

Yesterday, TDU held a conference call with over 400 Teamsters and retirees—and we are just getting started.

Click here to join our Campaign for Pension Justice.

Our Campaign for Pension Justice will make our voices heard from Capitol Hill to the Central States Pension Fund.

We will continue to partner with allies like the Pension Rights Center, the AARP, and unions to challenge the new law and fight for new pension protections.

We’re also organizing Teamsters and retirees to take on the Central States Pension Fund directly.

We are prepared to hold pension organizing meetings around the country to inform and mobilize Teamsters and retirees.

Click here to join our Campaign for Pension Justice.

Our pension funds have been run down by Wall Street and the Hoffa administration. Retirees shouldn’t pay the price for their failures. 


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