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The heat wave that’s been crushing our state has put the cruelty of HB 2127 in the spotlight, both nationally and across Texas. It’s imperative we take advantage of this attention, by demanding Gov. Abbott makes heat protections for all workers who labor outside an emergency priority in the upcoming special session. Submit a letter to Gov. Abbott demanding action via the Texas AFL-CIO here.


Effective August 1, 2023, all CW/CE and Teledata job referrals will dispatch through the referral office similar to how JIW job referrals are done.  This will free up the organizers to focus more of their time on organizing as well as create a more consistent dispatch process for workers of all classifications.

How these changes affect you:

All workers will need to bring their termination slip to the referral agent or front counter and complete an employment registration card to be placed on the available for work list for their respective classification.

All jobs will be posted on the Local Union’s website ( on the Job Call List page. This means jobs for JIW, CW/CE, and Teledata classifications will now all be posted on the same page. These jobs are posted every afternoon around 4:00PM.

Individuals on the available for work list who are interested in taking a posted job will need to report in person to the Local Union on the morning after the job is posted. Roll call for CW/CE and Teledata positions will begin at 9:30A.

There will be a monthly re-sign. This means that individuals on the available for work list will need to perform one of the re-sign activities (in person, email, mail, or fax) each month between the 10th and 16th (exactly like JIWs do currently). 


IBEW Government Affairs Newsletter

 American workers are the heart of the Biden-Harris administration, and the IBEW Government Affairs Newsletter reflects the multitude of ways its policies are helping the middle class prosper and grow. Every day, President Biden recognizes the priority of American workers, collective bargaining, and the labor movement. Whether he is expressing his support for a historic organizing campaign or appointing union members as key personnel in his administration, never has a president been so public in their support of the values that the IBEW holds dear.

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