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The movement visits the “Show Me” State

APWU Workers For Change visits the Missouri State APWU Convention.

Rebranding: A real threat to the USPS employee

The United States Postal Service first began moving the mail on July 26, 1775. The Service was created a year before the Thirteen Colonies proclaimed their independence in 1776 as the United States of America.

Postal workers alliance proud to welcome Samuel Wood

The APWU Workers For Change movement a grassroots coalition to establish better hours, wages, working conditions, and benefits for APWU members is proud to welcome Samuel Wood (President, SW Florida Area, APWU) to their ranks.

Tony D. McKinnon, Sr. announces his candidacy for APWU National President

BREAKING NEWS: The movement has begun! APWU workers for change, these words are not a slogan nor are they a team but a movement for workers in the plants, stations, MVS, Maintenance, Support Services and small offices. APWU workers for change stands for the most important part of the union YOU THE MEMBER. Tony D. …

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Every day is not a day at the beach for retirees

We support the repeal of the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and Government Pension Offset (GPO). We oppose the mandatory integration into Medicare for postal retirees. We support the American Postal Workers Union changing direction on legislation that is regressive against retirees benefits. We support increasing APWU retiree rights within the APWU organization structure and granting …

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Robert Furbush and Tom Benson discuss legislation and healthcare

Legislation and its impact on postal workers health insurance are of great importance to both active workers and retirees.  One of the most controversial issues is mandatory Medicare integration.  All four labor unions and the post office support mandatory Medicare integration for different reasons. We had the opportunity to witness this conversation between Robert Furbush …

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