Teamsters across California have come together to denounce H.R. 4822, also known as the Public Employee Pension Transparency Act (PEPTA) that Representative Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) will be re-introducing shortly.
(PHILADELPHIA) – Public school and elected officials joined with Teamster school administrators today to address the growing scourge of schoolhouse violence in Philadelphia, most recently in an assault on a principal and vice principal just last week.
School District of Philadelphia Superintendent William Hite and Philadelphia Councilwoman Helen Gym were just two of the more than 200 union and community members gathered at the rally organized by Teamsters Local 502, also known as the Commonwealth Association of School Administrators (CASA).
In states where laws were passed to limit the ability of public employees joining in union to demand better wages, benefits and working conditions, the results have hurt working people and their families.
(ST. CHARLES, Ill.) – The following is a statement from Teamsters Local 330 in response to a statement issued today by the office of Chief Judge Susan Clancy Boles.
Probation officers and youth counselors employed by the 16th Judicial Circuit Court have begun going door-to-door to alert Kane County families about the potentially rising danger presented by approximately 3,000 criminal offenders convicted of felonies and misdemeanors not being supervised by the striking public safety workers.
On their fourth week of manning the strike lines at the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Courthouse, striking Probation Officers and Youth Counselors have received some much needed financial support for health care payments from Teamsters Joint Council 25.