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    Mailing List & Address Changes

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    There are a few ways in which a local union or state organization can update members’ addresses. 

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    Dues - When Changing Unions

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    No one wants to pay double dues when they transfer to one of the crafts represented by the APWU and join our union.

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    Member & Non-Member Lists

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    Local and state presidents can pull and print  a list of members or non-members for their organization by logging into the Members Only section of the website. 

    A copy of the list can also be e-mailed to a local or state president by requesting one from the Per Capita Department.  Requests should be directed to Anna Smith, Director, Organization Department in writing at organization@apwu.org or American Postal Workers Union, Attn: Organization Department, 1300 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005.  All requests will be sent in Excel (.xlsx) or PDF.

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    West Virginia Teachers Strike and Win Again

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    Web News Article #: 16-2019

    On Feb. 19, almost a year after walking out of school and beginning a national movement of teacher and education workers strikes across the country, West Virginia workers struck again. This time teachers and school personnel walked out explicitly in protest against a potential bill that would begin a process to privatize the state’s education system. Schools in 54 of the state’s 55 counties were closed for the day, and the House of Delegates voted 53-45 to kill the bill only hours after the walk out.

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    New Social Security Legislation Introduced

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    Web News Article #: 14-2019

    On Feb. 13, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) introduced S. 478, the “Expand Social Security Act,” legislation that would expand benefits and add almost 50 years of solvency to the program. Social Security, in its current form, is paying out more money to recipients than it takes in, and will no longer be able to pay out full benefits by 2034.  A companion bill, H.R. 1170 was introduced in the House on the same day by Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR-4).

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