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CWA to State Regulators: Probe Verizon’s Copper Networks

The letters, filed by the Communications Workers of America (CWA), claimed just 0.39 percent of the $50.7 billion that Verizon has spent on its landline network from 2008 through 2014 has been allocated to its copper infrastructure.

AT&T Labor: Deal Reached in Southwest as Others Protest

Just one week after wireline workers in the company’s Southwest region rejected a contract offer, the carrier says it has successfully negotiated a new, tentative agreement with the Communications Workers of America union in that part of the country.

AT&T’s Potential End of POTS Draws Anger, Concern

AT&T has proposed a bill to the Kentucky state legislature that would deregulate basic telephone services in areas served not only by Ma Bell, but also by Cincinnati Bell and Windstream in the Bluegrass State.

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