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Please come out to support Sister Jonquita Coleman & Brother Thomas McGee III by getting a spaghetti lunch to help with finances associated with the loss of their child.  Sponsored by the UAW L

GOLF PACKAGE INCLUDES: 1 (18 hole) round of golf with cart at Gaylord Country Club 1 (18 hole) round of golf with cart at Rees Jones designed Black Lake Golf Club and more!!

“We are disheartened by the misconduct alleged in today’s indictment. Ms. King is no longer with the union and hasn’t been since February 2016.

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NAFTA—to put it bluntly—was terrible for working families in the United States, as well as our allies to the north and south, Canada and Mexico. The terrible deal triggered job losses, closed auto factories, depressed wages and more power for corporations across all three countries.

Fill out the comment form to tell the U.S. Trade Representative why working families must be prioritized in future trade deals. We provided talking points below for you to use in crafting your own statement

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2017 UAW REGION 1 V-CAP DOLLAR DRIVE WINNERS

1ST PRIZE – $5,000

Emily Jackson – UAW Local 9699

 2nd PRIZE – $2,000

Vern Burton – UAW Local 412

 3rd PRIZE –$1,000 (2 winners)

Geneva Murff – UAW Local 961 (Retiree)

The rally call of “Buy American” isn’t new, but the proposition looks very different in 2017 than it did in the 1970s. Back then, there were almost 20 million workers in the U.S. making goods in factories across the country (today, it’s 12.3 million). These workers made clothes, baseballs, toys, blue jeans, electronics and a host of goods you could find in your neighborhood store. If you want some Brach’s candy in 2017, it will come from their factory in Mexico.

LUCA CONFERENCE SET FOR OCTOBER Many UAW members look to their local to stay informed about union issues. That means locals need the skills to share information members want about union issues, contracts, committees and elections, particularly as we head into a busy election year in 2018 with congressional control at stake.

There’s a direct relationship between the ballot box and the bread box, and what the union fights for and wins at the bargaining table can be taken away in the legislative halls.

–Walter Reuther, UAW Constitutional Convention 1970