ATU honors those who ‘made the ultimate sacrifice’ for America

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U.S. Supreme Court Lends Weight to Right Wing Cause of Crushing Workers

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court lent the weight of yet another anti-worker decision to the cause of crushing American workers and their families.

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ATU remembers fallen workers, renews call for safety on Workers Memorial Day, National Day of Mourning

“No one should have to live in fear that they might die or even get hurt at work. This Workers’ Memorial Day and National Day of Mourning ATU renews our commitment to fight for a safe workplace for all.”

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Curtis Howard appointed International Vice President

International Representative Curtis Howard was appointed by International President Larry Hanley and approved by the ATU General Executive Board, as an International Vice President.

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ATU Stands in Solidarity with Striking Oklahoma and Kentucky Teachers

“Your strength, commitment, and resolve has put the anti-union corporate forces, right-wing politicians, and billionaire backers on notice that enough is enough and organized labor is a force to be reckoned with and an injury to one is an injury to all.”

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Fifty years after Memphis, organized labor reclaims its central role in the struggle for human rights

"We must keep working toward a society that prioritizes justice for all no matter their color, faith, citizen status, gender orientation, country of origin, or economic class,” said ATU International President Larry Hanley.

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ATU Mourns death of former International President Ron Heintzman

ATU sends our heartfelt condolences and sympathies to his wife Linda, daughters Elizabeth and Kate, and his brothers and sisters at Local 757.

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Asleep at the Wheel: Close Call with Fatigued Dallas Greyhound Driver Highlights Sweatshops on Wheels

A close call involving Greyhound passengers forcing their bus driver who was falling asleep to stop driving highlights why it’s time to address bus driver fatigue to protect the bus drivers and the passengers they carry says ATU.

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Uber pedestrian death highlights need to put brakes on self-driving vehicles

Rubber-stamping states, feds turning backs on regulations, public safety

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This Transit Driver Appreciation Day, Drivers Demand Fix for Major Bus Safety Issues

ATU says buses are decades behind in safety standards, endangering bus operators, riders, motorists & pedestrians

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Senate Democrats’ Jobs and Infrastructure proposal puts America on the right track

Silver Spring, MD - Statement of Larry Hanley, International President of the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), regarding the Senate Democrats’ Jobs & Infrastructure Plan for America’s Workers:

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ATU: WV teachers teach America about union power

ATU International President Larry Hanley issued the following statement in reaction to the deal won by West Virginia teachers.

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Canadian Judge Halts Attacks on ATU Constitution

Unifor’s campaign dealt another blow

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ATU Urges No Vote on ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017 (H.R.620)

Calling the ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017 (H.R.620) shameful and discriminatory to people with disabilities, the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) called on Congress to reject the bill in a letter to Members of Congress.

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ATU Local 732 appeals decision overturning arbitration board ruling to stop outsourcing MARTA Mobility

Local says move threatens rider safety and service, violates contract

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