Consumer Protections and Good Jobs

CWA and the NAACP are challenging DISH Network?s manipulation of the FCC?s ?small and minority-owned business rules? that enabled DISH to grab $3.25 billion from the FCC spectrum auction.
Last week, Silicon Valley Facebook drivers approved a contract with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, raising wages and adding vacation, sick leave and family healthcare.
After months on the picket lines, New England CWA and IBEW workers will vote on a new Fairpoint contract.
Last week, in his review of the proposed Comcast/Time Warner merger, California Public Utilities Commission Judge Karl Bemesderfer recommended strong conditions to protect consumers.
Recently, Apple released its latest Supplier Responsibility Progress Report, and it reveals a major problem with coerced or 'bonded' labor.
262 Brooklyn Cablevision workers voted by a strong margin at CWA Local 1109 on Saturday to ratify an historic two-year contract with the company.
Philly.com's Ronnie Polaneczky helped a couple with a big Comcast problem by calling "the ultimate authority at Comcast Corp. ? Suzanne Roberts, the 92-year-old mother of the company's CEO."
Verizon has announced a massive sell-off of assets in two separate deals, and CWA immediately responds.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler took to Wired Magazine to make his long-awaited Net Neutrality announcement, and the FCC released a fact sheet on the subject.
CWA responds to reports in national business media reported that Verizon will sell off some wireline assets.