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CWA ISSUES STATUS REPORT ON AT&T CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS

 CWA ISSUES STATUS REPORT ON AT&T CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS
 WASHINGTON, May 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Talks have continued today between the Communications Workers of America (CWA), the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and AT&T (NYSE: T) on the unions' key issues of employment security at the National Units table, CWA said.
 Joint bargaining between the National Units and the National Operations tables resumed at 11 p.m EDT tonight.
 The unions and AT&T will continue to bargain as long as progress is being made, and talks are expected to resume on Monday.
 CWA represents over 600,000 workers in telecommunications, printing, publishing, media, health care and the public sector in the United States and Canada, including 100,000 workers at AT&T.
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 /CONTACT: Jeff Miller or Gaye Williams Mack of Communications Workers of America, 202-434-1172/
 (T) CO: AT&T; Communications Workers of America; International
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