Preserving Our Pensions

Our legislation OFFICIALLY passed!

 

To see a list of the voting summary for the House click here.

To see a list of the voting summary for the Senate click here.

 

If you have any questions please feel free to call the International Office at 703-291-2400.

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President Roberts' end of year message - 12.21.2019

UMWA International President Cecil E. Roberts thanks the UMWA membership for their hard work and dedication in reaching the finish…

Senator Joe Manchin celebrates the inclusion of the Bipartisan American Miners Act

Senator Joe Manchin (D-Wv.) celebrates the inclusion of the Bipartisan American Miners Act in the final funding package to keep…

Miners say "It started with a promise"

Source: WDTV December 17, 2019     W.Va (WDTV) -- After years of fighting, it looks like mine workers will…

Roberts credits UMWA retirees with victory

Source: WV MetroNews December 17, 2019   WASHINGTON, D.C. — United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts won’t rest…

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UMWA retirees have been fighting for their pensions for 10 years. We won’t stop until we win! Join us!

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UMWA retirees have been fighting for their pensions for 10 years. We won’t stop until we win! Join us!

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Miners say “It started with a promise”

Right is right. A promise is a promise. For generations, coal has powered our lives. It has heated our homes, fueled the conduction of electricity that lit our lamps, ignited the Industrial Revolution. And it was coaxed from the earth by miners who risked their lives and sacrificed their health in the effort that didn’t just blacken their faces and their hands, but also their lungs.

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Right is right. A promise is a promise. For generations, coal has powered our lives. It has heated our homes, fueled the conduction of electricity that lit our lamps, ignited the Industrial Revolution. And it was coaxed from the earth by miners who risked their lives and sacrificed their health in the effort that didn’t just blacken their faces and their hands, but also their lungs.

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