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Tell Lansing, get your priorities straight!

Michigan Republicans don’t like their office building in Lansing. They want new digs. They want a better view of the Capitol. But instead of renovating their building, they’re spending more than double the cost of renovation to build a brand new building. The price tag for the new construction? $70 million! Read More >>>

Tell Scott Walker and his buddies to keep their hands off UAW members' paychecks!

Walker and his cronies are pushing for this legislation despite the fact that the National Right To Work Committee recently admitted admits that right- to- work laws don’t improve economic performance. Read More >>>

Romulus Powertrain

Unit Meeting

 

Thursday, February 26, 2015 

Axle Alliance

Unit Meeting

 

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Early Lewis

DDC Retiree

Date of Death:  Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Clayton E. Sims

 

Father of DDC Employee:  Darryl Sims

Dept. 892

Retired Worker Chapter

February Meeting

 

Solidarity Magazine and film features Jan.-Feb. 2015

Wanda Ciurlik

Mother of

DDC Retiree - Cindy Ciurlik

 

Retired Chapter - January Report

by 

Retiree Chairman

Roy Gonzalez

 

The National Child Identification Program

 

Benefits Report at Detroit Diesel Corporation

By:  Ray Herrick, Mark Grant & Toni Massey 

 

UAW Region 1A

60th Annual Invitational

Bowling Tournament

March 21, 2015

On May 5th, 2014, UAW Secretary Treasurer Dennis Williams made an announcement at our UAW-GM Joint Health & Safety Conference that impacts current and future UAW GM retirees eligible for benefits as provided by the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust (the “Trust”) that we wanted to share.

We are pleased to inform you that effective January 1, 2015, the Trust will provide Dental and Vision coverage to our eligible GM retirees. The covered benefits will be comparable to those that were provided by General Motors Corporation prior to the 2009 bankruptcy.

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UAW BENEFITS REPORT


BY: Ray Herrick, Mark Grant & Toni Massey
UAW Benefits Representatives at Detroit Diesel

Official Retirees Executive Board Election Results

President's Letter to Lakeland Center members 

By Joe Uehlein

The approach of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22 provides us an opportunity to reflect on the “long, strange trip” shared by the environmental movement and the labor movement over four decades here on Spaceship Earth.

A billion people participate in Earth Day events, making it the largest secular civic event in the world. But when it was founded in 1970, according to Earth Day’s first national coordinator Denis Hayes, “Without the UAW, the first Earth Day would have likely flopped!”

www.labor4sustainability.org/post/earth-day-labor-and-me/

Michigan State Capitol

 The Bond between the UAW and the Civil Rights Movement

Starting January 1st, 2012, the State of Michigan has implemented a law Read more >>>

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