Statement on the 2016 APWU National Election and H.R. 756 by Jerry Stidman

Stidman: Statement on the 2016 APWU National Election I appreciated the opportunity to enter a truly democratic process. Thank you to the 6618 APWU members who voted for me. Your voice will not go unheard. First, I would like to congratulate Mark Dimondstein on the apparent election to his second term as American Postal Workers…

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APWU: Celebrating an Important 50th Anniversary

Web News Article #: 148-2015 07/27/2015 – On July 30 – the 50th anniversary of Medicare – APWU members will join with others across the country to celebrate the program that has helped more than 53 million seniors and disabled Americans obtain healthcare. “It is important to commemorate Medicare’s 50th birthday, because this great program…

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The US Healthcare System vs The US Postal Service

George D. Lundberg, MD Hello and welcome. I am Dr. George Lundberg, and this is At Large at Medscape. Back in the old days of discussion about healthcare reform, leaders of the American Medical Association used to warn about a government takeover of medicine by sarcastically describing such a system as combining the “efficiency of…

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Stabilizing the U.S. Postal Service – Capital Insider | WJLA.com

Davidson interview April 21, 2014 USPS is losing $5 billion per year. Now, a bill in the Senate could help the loss, but cause major changes for other federal workers. Joe Davidson, Federal Diary columnist with The Washington Post, discussed how Congress plans to stabilize the USPS, with Capital Insider. via Stabilizing the U.S. Postal…

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