USW Local 670 (Lititz, PA)

 Welcome USW Local 670!!!

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Take Action

President Trump promised to stand up for America's working class. Now he needs to keep that promise.

A newly released Commerce Department investigation found that steel and aluminum imports are a threat to America's defense. President Trump now has until mid-April to act to defend these blue collar jobs and our national security.

Tell the president to take swift, comprehensive action and stand up for American-made steel and aluminum.

Click the "Take Action" button to send the President a letter.

The U.S. Commerce Department announced this week that the 2017 trade deficit rose to the highest level since 2008, a biggest and best figure that no U.S. President would brag about, least of all Donald Trump, who pledged repeatedly and forcefully that he would slash the deficit – and fast.

It would be so easy, candidate Trump told workers in Monessen, Pa., on a June 28, 2016, campaign stop. Repeatedly, he promised those workers he’d get it done quickly. So quickly! “I know you have been through some very, very tough times,” he said, “but we’re going to make it better and we’re going to make it better fast, OK? Just watch." ........

Flippers. That’s what you call people who religiously turn over plates and other ware to look for a stamp from Homer Laughlin, founded in 1871.

Members of USW Local 419M in Newell, W. Va. have been hard at work for over 100 years. Click the link to watch a short video of the workers who craft beautiful pieces of china right here in the USA.

Recent News

The manufacturing sector grew by 15,000 jobs in January, according to the latest employment data from the Labor Department. Primary metals, furniture, and motor vehicle parts all saw losses.

Said Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) President Scott Paul: 

"Factory jobs overall saw growth, but losses in primary metals are particularly striking.