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TDU Workshop on the Butch Lewis Act - Watch the Videos

Learn the story behind the pension win and get answers to your questions about how the legislation will affect Teamster pensions.

Sign a Thank You Note to the Pension Movement Activists Who Just Saved Our Pensions

The Butch Lewis Emergency Pension Relief Act was just signed into law. Sign a Thank You message to the activists who built the movement that saved the pensions of 400,000 Teamsters and 2.5 million workers. 

TDU Helped Us Organize to Fight

From the very beginning, TDU informed us what was being planned to destroy our earned, promised pensions. Unfortunately, it wasn't our Union leadership. They were part of the plan that supported the changes to allow possible reductions.

Remembering the History of the Pension Fight

As I sit on my back porch this beautiful Sunday morning in Georgia and look at that coffee cup, I am as proud to be a Teamsters Retiree as ever, and I hope you are too!

The Most Significant Organizing Of My Life

An email I got from TDU in 2013 was the spark that got us going in the Twin Cities. Steve Helle, Sam Karam, David Kremer, Randy Furst, Paul McDaniel, and me met shortly after and got our movement in Minnesota started.

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How Rank & File Power Dramatically Changed Teamster Finances

CEO salaries have exploded over the last forty years. But salaries and perks for top Teamster officials have been reduced over the same period. Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU) and rank-and-file Teamsters made it happen. Here’s how.

Teamster Salaries Compared to Other Unions

In the 1980s, a number of Teamster officials had the highest salaries in the labor movement. Their bloated pay and corruption hurt all unions. After years of Teamster members organizing for reform and accountability, top Teamster officers now make less than officials of most other unions. 
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