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Employees at The Young Turks Announce Unionization
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Behind-the-Scenes Crew at Cenk Uygur’s Network Choose IATSE Representation
IATSE Organizes, Wins Contract for 'El Cuartito" Film Workers in Puerto Rico
Monday, February 10, 2020
Puerto Rico has a tightly bound film community, and a deal was reached swiftly with no work stoppage and little stress on the crew as the production maintained open communication with us once they learned of our activities. The production was open and forthright with us which made the entire process predictable and pleasant.
House passes Protecting the Right to Organize Act, a major victory for IATSE workers.
Friday, February 7, 2020
Hundreds of IATSE members from across the country stepped up and called their Representatives to voice support for this critical legislation. Our voices were heard and the country is better for it.
IATSE urges Congress to support the Protecting the Right to Organize Act
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
The PRO Act is a top priority for the IATSE, we urge you to support this bill and help us build an economy that works for all working families.
Financial relief available for IATSE members affected by Puerto Rico Earthquakes
Monday, January 13, 2020
Financial relief is available for affected IATSE members through the Walsh/Di Tolla/Spivak Foundation. IATSE members in need of assistance should submit a written request to their local union. Local unions will then forward any requests to the Walsh/Di Tolla/Spivak Foundation for review by the Foundation’s trustees.
IATSE rejects Grassley-Alexander multiemployer pension proposal, urges Senate action on Butch Lewis Act
Friday, January 10, 2020
Today, Matthew D. Loeb, International President, IATSE sent a letter expressing grave concern with the Grassley-Alexander Multiemployer Pension Recapitalization and Reform Plan and explicitly rejecting its implementation. The letter also urges Senate action on the bipartisan, House-passed Butch Lewis Act, a viable and constructive solution to the looming crisis of failed multiemployer pension plans.

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