Teamsters had a busy week 11 on the campaign trail, attending events in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and for the first time, North Carolina. With less than 100 days until the first Caucus in Iowa, Teamster members are out in full force to push all candidates to talk about our issues and what they would do to address them.
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IPods for Wounded Veterans (IWV – a partner with TMAP) is one of the main sponsors of the “State House Salute to Veterans” on Friday, November 1 at the Massachusetts State House. IWV is overseen by retired Teamster and Vietnam Veteran Paul Cardello. The organization provides free electronics and other goods to veterans in hospitals who are recovering from injuries they received in combat.
The Teamsters are mourning the death of John Conyers, Jr., a long-time friend of unions who served in Congress for more than five decades representing Detroit.
Construction members at Local 92 in Canton, Ohio, recently won a safety award.
(RENO, Nev.) — Drivers at Bell Limousine in Reno, Nevada have voted overwhelmingly to become members of Teamsters Local 533.
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