??USB responds to the ban on strike: three days of mobilization from April 11, to May general strikes of public employment, school and transport.

                    USB general strike of 12nd April was prohibited. We respond with three days of initiatives and mobilizations from 11 to 13 April, the general strike of Public services on 10 May and the general strike of all transport on 17 May.

                    USB is therefore mobilized in defense of the right to strike, outraged by the commission in spite of the constitutional guarantees, and in support of the general platform of struggle that was the basis of the mobilization of April 12.

                    The Commission's decision to compress the right to strike is set against a backdrop of growing economic difficulties and increasingly gloomy forecasts for the next financial manoeuvre, which is already described today as "tears and blood". 
                    A clear attempt to stifle the conflict and weaken democratic spaces at the very moment when the highest is destined to be heard the scream of those who will be affected by such manoeuvrers.

                    We promote the following actions:

                    11 April Conference in Rome on the right to strike and trade union democracy open to political forces, with labour lawyers and legal experts;
                    12 April day of struggle in defense of the right to strike in all cities, with demonstrations and strikes in industry, logistics, trade;
                    13 April national assembly of cadres and delegates USB;
                    10 May general strike of all workers of the Public Services and School;
                    17 May general strike of the Transport sector.

                    The articulation into distinct days of struggle cannot replace the general strike legitimately called for April 12, but it is the only possible way to counter the ban and give strength to the claims of our platform.

                    ?WFTU General Secretary
                    Greets Labor Today Editor

                    LT Editor Joseph Hancock (L) was attending the 3rd WFTU North American Trade Union Seminar in Athens Greece. 

                    18 delegates attended the seminar, including a representative of the Teamsters.  educators from New York City and Anchorage, Alaska, shop stewards and local union presidents from Connecticut and Hennipin County, Minnesota locals of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). New York City hospital workers SEIU Local 1199 also sent a delegate. The main topics were the International condition of class oriented trade unions, and their growing participation in WFTU. The continuing international economic and political crises were discussed.


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                     The President's 2019 Budget Pushes Families Over The Brink 
                     ByDavid Lawrence 

                     The just-released President's fiscal year 2019 budget drastically cuts vital safety net programs for millions of older and our most vulnerable   citizens. The authors admit that soaring budget deficits caused by the Trump-GOP tax cuts and enormous spending increases will not be         resolved any time soon.   
                     This is all great news for the very wealthy who will get huge tax breaks, and the military-industrial complex which will vastly increase the   obscene profits of war. The rest of us get to pay off government debt levels that are expected to rise by $7 trillion over the next decade!   Here  are some of the worst immediate consequences of the President's proposed FY 2019 budget  
                     Cuts Medicare by $500 billion over ten years, threatening the health care of tens of millions of retired workers and their families 
                     Slashes $1.4 trillion from Medicaid which covers long-term care for millions of seniors 

                    •  Calls for an estimated $700 billion in spending reductions by repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, which
                    •  will cut needed health   care for millions of families 
                    •  Includes $64 billion in cuts to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) 
                    • Slashes $90 million from Social Security customer service, which will delay benefits payments and create longer waits for many services 
                    •  Defunds the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), which helps low income seniors pay their heating bills 
                    •  Fails to control health care costs by refusing to allow Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices, forcing them to pay premium prices to drug companies  

                     Wages have been technically flat and in practice declining for decades due to corporate influence of politicians and public policy. Pensions   have been all but obliterated over the last few decades. War has been waged against organized labor. And now, in the wake of massive tax   cuts for the wealthy and profitable corporations, President Trump proposes to slash programs that help retirees and the working class to   attain proper medical care and make ends meet. 
                     Our families, our lives are being undermined and shattered. It is time to go into the streets with our union brothers and sisters, our church   members, our school friends, our entire communities. It is time to put an end to the exploitation, impoverishment, and attacks on our very   existence.  
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