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  • Tell BIW to Return Maine IAM Local S6 Shipbuilders Back to Work
    More than 4,300 shipbuilders of IAM Local S6 are on strike at Bath Iron Works (BIW), in what is currently the largest strike in the United States. The shipbuilders have been on strike for more than seven weeks to preserve good Maine jobs. Thanks to pressure from the IAM and elected officials, the company has […]
  • Take Action: Save Airline Jobs by Telling Your Senators to Extend Critical Aviation Payroll Support Program
    Your help is needed now to tell your U.S. Senators that hundreds of thousands airline workers and the entire U.S. economy are counting on them to continue a critical jobs program. The U.S. Senate is planning to go on recess this Friday, August 7. We need IAM members and all airline workers to help us […]
  • Tell Your Senators the HEALS Act Hurts Working Families
    The GOP has released the details of their latest COVID-19 relief legislation named the “HEALS Act.” The proposed legislation not only cuts unemployment benefits to the 20 to 30 million Americans who are currently out of work, but falls short in just about every area of concern for working families. CALL YOUR SENATOR NOW 866-829-3298 […]

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  • Machinists Union Asks Congress to Step in as General Dynamics Bath Iron Works Strike in Maine Enters Fourth Week
    WASHINGTON, July 14, 2020 – The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) is calling on members of Congress to pressure U.S. Navy shipbuilder Bath Iron Works (BIW), a subsidiary of General Dynamics, to negotiate a fair contract agreement with 4,300 IAM Local S6 shipbuilders entering the fourth week of a strike in Maine. […]
  • Machinists Applaud Biden Manufacturing Plan to Bring Jobs Home
    Joe Biden, the IAM’s endorsed candidate for president, has laid out a strong and comprehensive plan to bring back hundreds of thousands of manufacturing jobs to the United States by building, investing and innovating in America. IAM members voted to endorse Biden in March after a first-of-its-kind membership vote for the union’s endorsement. In multiple […]
  • Machinists Union: USMCA Won’t Stop Outsourcing of Jobs
    WASHINGTON, July 1, 2020 – Robert Martinez Jr., International President of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), issued the following statement regarding the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) going into effect today: “USMCA won’t stop the hundreds of thousands of manufacturing and service jobs that are being offshored from the U.S. Contrary to […]
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