APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – March 22, 2019 Edition

Excerpt: “The APWU Convention last year witnessed outrageous disrespect and insulting comments at microphones against retirees, led by Eastern Region Coordinator Mike Gallagher and his sycophants and leadership of a California Local. This occurred during discussion of a modest proposal concerning retiree representation at conventions. Under this blistering attack the proposal failed. What was at…

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UPMA supports H.R. 141, the Social Security Fairness Act

United Postmasters and Managers of America supports H.R. 141, the Social Security Fairness Act for the 116th Congress. Many UPMA current and future retired members are impacted by the GPO and WEP provision in the current Social Security Act. This Legislation would eliminate 2 titles of the Social Security Act, the (GPO) and the Windfall…

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Communities and Postal Workers United Newsletter – Winter 2019

Source: Communities and Postal Workers United

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Happy Holidays from APWU Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter

At this time of the year when we count our blessings, we have so much to be thankful for. We have life, family and secure retirement thanks to our Post Office careers. On behalf of the members of our Retiree Chapter, we take this opportunity to pause and reflect on our good fortune and give…

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Delegates Slam Retirees at APWU Convention

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU: In a stunning turn of events at the recent APWU Convention, the delegates voted in alarming numbers that retiree involvement in support by retirees for active members in opposing threats of privatization and other dangerous initiatives is not needed or wanted. This…

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Where has the militancy of the APWU gone?

If you have ever gone to an APWU convention, you know that one of the highlights was always a great march by the delegates. I have been attending APWU conventions since 1982 and have marched with workers in Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago, etc., etc., etc. These marches taking to the streets have become an…

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