USW@Work: Volume 16, Issue 1


Page 4: Serving & Protecting

Niagara County is home to about 105 members of Local 4-2001 who serve as deputies, investigators and other law enforcement agents for the county sheriff’s office. They are part of a larger group of more than 600 USW members who serve in a similar capacity across the United States, and more than 25,000 public workers in the USW overall.

Page 14: USW Members Hopeful on Infrastructure

As President Joe Biden begins his administration, members in the USW’s manufacturing sector are optimistic that the new chief executive’s ambitious “Build Back Better” proposals will finally deliver a long-awaited comprehensive plan to overhaul the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.

Page 22: USW Members Play Crucial Roles in COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

As COVID-19 infection rates soared to ever-higher levels early this year, hundreds of Steelworkers put their lives on the line, and in some cases logged exhausting amounts of overtime, to distribute the vaccines essential to ending the pandemic.

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