UAW Statement on NLRB Decision Regarding Tesla

In a major decision issued on August 29, the National Labor Relations Board found Tesla to have violated the law by restricting employees’ right to wear union t-shirts at work.  The decision orders Tesla to cease and desist from maintaining and enforcing a work attire policy that prohibits employees from wearing black union shirts, to rescind

UAW Statement in Support of Inflation Reduction Act

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is an important bill for our country and working families. It makes critical investments in U.S manufacturing to help ensure new vehicles and emerging technologies and are built in America for decades to come, lowers the costs of life-saving drugs and health care insurance, tackles climate change in a

UAW Commends Stellantis Investment in UAW Facilities

Detroit – Today Stellantis announced a $99 million investment which includes $83 million for Dundee Engine Plant (UAW Local 723) and $14 million for Kokomo Castings (UAW Locals 1166 and 1302). “We commend the announcement from Stellantis to invest in UAW facilities,” says UAW President Ray Curry. “When companies invest in UAW facilities, they are

Statement on the Senate’s Passage of CHIPS Act – UAW President Ray Curry

We  thank  Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and the bipartisan group of Senators who put aside partisan politics and came together to pass the CHIPS for America Act. This legislation invests $52 billion to bolster U.S. semiconductor production and provides resources to advance scientific research needed to help create the jobs of the future in the United States.

Statement from UAW President Ray Curry on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

Our union has historically fought for equal access to voting, accommodations, jobs, and health care.  Today’s misguided decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is a giant step backwards that will create gross inequities for women and all working families. By taking the power to make reproductive choices from women and putting them in the hands

UAW President Ray Curry statement on Juneteenth

On January 1, 1863, President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation which freed more than three million enslaved people in the United States, mostly in the Confederate states.  It took another two and a half years and the surrender of the Confederate army before it became a reality for the enslaved people in Texas.  On June

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