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Over 8,000 CWA members are negotiating for healthcare, better wages and a commitment to keeping jobs in the region
Lifeline is a beneficial federal program that provides low-income Americans access to free or affordable phone and broadband services.
With CWA’s contract with AT&T Southwest Mobility set to expire on February 21, members are ready to fight for their fair share of record-breaking profits.
Since our site launched, we've asked for stories about your experiences with high speed Internet. We received this story from one visitor.
Federal Communications Commissioner Michael J. Copps writes an op-ed for the Washington Post, demanding action on a national broadband Internet policy.
The research is in: Americans can't live without broadband Internet.
The state of Kentucky knows the facts: investing in high speed internet brings high paying technology jobs. And building a high speed internet infrastructure is an investment in the economy.
Government leaders, union representatives, educators and concerned citizens recently met at a public forum in Vermont. Congressman Bernie Sanders hosted the event to discuss the lack of high speed internet in rural communities.
This past September, at the tail end of the legislative session, Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) introduced a landmark bill to expand our high speed internet infrastructure: Rural Broadband Initiative Act of 2006.
CWA's Speed Matters brochure is now available at http://files.cwa-union.org/speedmatters/SpeedMattersBrochure.pdf
House calls were once considered a thing of the past, but with specialists in high demand in rural America, psychiatrists are using telemedicine to treat patients in their own homes.