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    Tell your State Senator to Vote NO on HB201, SB 387, and SB 389

    The Montana legislature is considering House Bill 201; an unnecessary change to Montana’s prevailing wage laws which will lower wages and kill jobs. Montana’s prevailing wage law ensures that workers in construction and building trades receive fair wages and are compensated when they are required to travel for a job.

    HB 201 changes how prevailing wage rates and travel allowances are calculated, and will result in reduced pay. With aging infrastructure, and repair and replacement needs growing all across Montana, good-paying construction jobs need to be protected, not put at risk like HB 201 would do. This bill is unnecessary and will lead to lower-quality work and a weaker economy for Montana.

    Politicians in Montana have introduced two bills - SB387 and SB389 - that will cause damage to the public retirement system. These bills will create uncertainty and cost more while providing less benefit.

    If passed, these bills will:

    • Create uncertainty and chaos. These bills will drain Montana’s public pensions, destabilize the system, and make it impossible for workers to plan for retirement.
    • Be Costly. SB 387 and SB389 don't add up. They increase the cost of benefits but decrease the benefits paid out to workers, putting the entire system at risk.
    • Hurt retention. If these two bills are passed, employees will be incentivized to leave their jobs, taking their experience and skills with them. At a time when we are trying to attract and retain public employees, this is the opposite of what we want to do
    • https://actionnetwork.org/letters/take-action-to-protect-retirement-benefits

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    Great day for Montana workers! Twenty-nine Republican representatives voted this morning with the thirty-three Democrat representatives to kill the Right-to-Work bill, HB 251 by a 62-38 vote! A great big "Thank You" to the 62 representatives who stood up for Montana workers, and against the out of state interests of the National Right to Work Committee and the Americans for Prosperity.


    Check out the wage comparison calculator for Electricians/Linemen in the Rocky Mountain States. If you know a non-union electrician/lineman please share this link with them. They may be surprised at how much money they're leaving on the table. You can pull this up on your phone and show it to non-union workers. Go to www.ibew233.


    Montana Local Ratifies First Contract after Two-Year Fight In March of 2013 maintenance employees at REC Silicon voted for better working conditions and respect on the job. In September 2015, they finally got it.


    Welcome to our new website! IBEW 233 is one of the premier Unions in Montana with a diverse membership of construction electricians, sound & communications workers, maintenance electricians, government employees and even lottery technicians. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is the largest electrical Union in the world representing highly skilled workers and their employment rights in all areas including the electrical & voice-data-video industry. IBEW 233 is one of the premier Unions in Montana with a diverse membership of construction electricians, sound & communications workers, maintenance electricians, government employees and even lottery technicians.


    Welcome to our website! IBEW 233 members make sure to go to the right side of the page and register. Once registered, you can take advantage of email and/or text message alerts for meeting updates, political updates, IBEW news updates, etc. You can personalize the message for just what you're interested in. Make sure to check the bottom of this column for the calendar so you know when Union meetings, CEU classes and other events are happening. Make sure to go to the right side of the page again and check your voter status. Make sure you're registered to vote and that you're voter information is up to date. If not, it's pretty easy to register to vote or update your information with the Secretary of State. Have a good day and work safe! Fraternally, Jackie McBroom Business Manager
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