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Union prevails in obtaining TAA benefits for members employed by Joy Technologies, LLC, Franklin, PA.

Machinists Union prevails in obtaining TAA benefits for members employed by Joy Technologies, LLC, Franklin, PA.

We have prevailed in achieving the approval for TAA this was the second one we filed since the 250  IAM  members were laid off .

I would like to thank all that assisted in this needed benefit for our brothers and sisters

Timothy P. Buck, Business Representative, District Lodge 98 IAMAW

The U.S. Department of Labor (Department) recently conducted an investigation in response to the petition for Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) that was filed on behalf of workers at the above referenced firm.  Enclosed is a copy of a determination for Certification of Eligibility to Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance under Section 223 of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended, which allows a worker to apply for benefits under the TAA Program.

US Dept Labor letter to BR Tim Buck

DOL Certification Regarding Eligibility to apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance

District Lodge 98 Social – Guide Dogs Fund Raiser.

District Lodge 98 Social – Guide Dogs Fund Raiser.

November 16, 2013 the District held their annual Social/Monte Carlo night to raise funds for Guide Dogs of American at their Union Hall in York, PA. We raised over $4,700 for Guide Dogs.  After a great meal in the large meeting room, the Monte Carlo was held on the upper level of the hall. Everyone had a great time and many won prizes. Thank you to everyone who helped with this event and those who donated prizes.

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TTD Release – If Congress Funds Amtrak, The People Will Ride It

Members of Congress responsible for our nation’s transportation systems, including our national passenger rail system, are once again considering the reauthorization of Amtrak. The choice is clear: give Amtrak the resources it needs, or choose the routine ritual of starving it and wondering why we don’t have faster trains and more service.

As a backdrop, we are in an era where backward thinking by a few is holding up vital investments in our economy like a modern Amtrak network that can shorten travel times and offer Americans safe service that reflects 21st century technology. Since when has the rest of the world out-innovated us? Why can China and Europe plan for a 300 mph train while we chug along at double-digit speeds in most places? Answer: because austerity-at-any-cost extremists in Congress have wielded too much power in Washington.

For those who will lead the rewrite of Amtrak law, let’s be clear: no country on the face of the earth has created an efficient national passenger rail system without large-scale public funding and extensive government oversight. It can’t be done. And even those who claim private companies do it better overseas, conveniently ignore that those “private” entities are using publicly funded infrastructure. Facts are stubborn here.

Amtrak is operating with infrastructure that was built in the middle of the last century and in some cases the late 19th century. It has been set up to fail by some who want to starve it first and then declare it a failed government program.

Given that Americans of all political stripes support Amtrak, there’s no reason for the Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act (PRIIA) to fall victim to the kind of extremist congressional antics we have seen in the last couple years. Let’s remember that in 2008, PRIIA received broad bipartisan support and was signed into law by that liberal President Bush.

Here are the essential elements of a plan:

  • Adequate Funding: Reauthorizing Amtrak will mean little unless Congress approves the long-term federal funding needed to implement a true modernization plan.
  • Recognition of Amtrak as the lynchpin of our national network: Amtrak has an established national network which includes an extensive reservation system, mature relationships with the freight railroads, a skilled workforce, the physical infrastructure needed to support high-speed rail initiatives and decades of demonstrated compliance with all federal rail safety requirements.
  • Safeguards against privatization and contracting out schemes: The misguided attempts to put Amtrak in private hands and sell off its assets must end. So should attempts by some to contract out the jobs of onboard Amtrak professionals. Amtrak was created because private passenger rail service went bankrupt–let’s not go down that road again.
  • Stronger Buy America provisions: Investment in Amtrak offers a great opportunity to create manufacturing jobs here at home by strengthening PRIIA’s Buy America requirements consistent with our Jobs to Move America coalition agenda.
  • Vigorous worker protections: Amtrak has a dedicated and experienced workforce that will be critical in rolling out, operating and maintaining new passenger rail services. These workers must be treated fairly.
  • Long distance trains: A national passenger rail system cannot be limited to the busy Northeast corridor. We must find a way to ensure that all Americans across this country have reasonable access to Amtrak service.

For those in Congress who get squeamish at the thought of a major financial investment by the federal government, consider this: polls have shown that people support public funding for Amtrak, whether they are liberal or conservative, big city or rural. The people want it, and they know it won’t be free.

In other words, if you fund it…people will ride it.

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Let the NLRB do its job!

Over 200 members of Congress signed a letter demanding Senate Republican leaders allow a vote on President Obama’s picks to lead the NLRB. If GOP continues to refuse, the agency will not be able to operate and protect working-class Americans.

IAM Retiree Inducted into Nebraska Labor Leaders Hall of Fame
The IAM congratulates Local 1569 retiree Harold Rohr on his induction into the Nebraska Labor Leaders Hall of Fame.

The IAM congratulates Local 1569 retiree Harold Rohr on his induction into the Nebraska Labor Leaders Hall of Fame.

Rohr, a more than 40-year member of the Machinists Union, was nominated by his state AFL-CIO chapter for his many achievements and contributions to the labor movement and working Nebraskans.

Rohr first joined the IAM in 1967 while working for the Hoover Group in Beatrice, NE. As president and chief shop steward of then-IAM Local 543, he was instrumental in the company becoming a High Performance Workplace Organization (HPWO) – an IAM program created to help management and union members work together at every level of operation in order to enhance work relations, performance and productivity. As a member of former IAM Local 543, Rohr participated in several community events and fundraisers, including a walkathon to raise funds for a senior center and the Beatrice Public Library, roadside cleanups, and speaking to students about unions and labor history.

When Hoover left Beatrice in 2008, Local 543 merged with Local 1569 in Seward, NE. Rohr maintained his membership with the IAM. He currently works for the City of Beatrice’s public properties division.

“We sincerely appreciate Harold’s many years of dedication to the Machinists Union and our members,” said IAM Midwest Territory General Vice President Philip J. Gruber. “While he has spent his life working to help others in his workplace, he also worked tirelessly leading and organizing others inside and outside of the labor movement. There could be no better inductee into the Nebraska Labor Leaders Hall of Fame. He is a true trade unionist.”