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NJ Governor Signs Nuclear Bill

Today, Governor Phil Murphy signed the nuclear subsidy bill into law. This ends a long 9 month fight to save our 3 nuclear power plants. By signing this bill, the Governor is saving 750 Local 94 members' jobs. Additionally, the bill will keep an estimated 5,800 people employed in the poorest county in the state.

Update on Nuclear Bill in State Senate

By now you have heard that the legislation intended to ensure continued operation of Salem I and II and Hope Creek stalled again in Trenton last Monday. The legislation, Senate Bill 877, would recognize the environmental and reliability benefits of nuclear and boost rates to allow fair competition. The bill is sponsored by our good friend, Senate President Steve Sweeney, whose district includes all of Salem County.

Local 94 Takes Part in the 15th Annual WILD Conference

Over the weekends of March 2, IBEW 94 was proud to take part in the 15th Annual WILD Conference. The conference is for Women in Leadership Development and helps to promote women within our union movement. New Jersey is the only AFL-CIO state affiliate that holds a separate conference to help promote women. This year Dr. Gil Kirton and Dr. Geraldine Healy came all the way from the United Kingdom to speak about women's labor leadership in a post-Trump and post Brexit world. Below I have provided some more information on the conference as well as a picture of our members with Dr.

Happy Holidays Local 94

On behalf of everyone here at Local 94, we want to wish all of our members and their families a wonderful holiday season. We hope 2018 brings health, happiness, and prosperity to each and every one of you. As always, each year brings new challenges to the Local but we have learned when we work together we can achieve our goals. Welcome again to the new members at the Linden CoGen plant. We are excited to see what the new year holds for Local 94. 
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa and Happy New Year!

Happy Thanksgiving Local 94

Thanksgiving is here again. There is no better time to think of the reasons why you are thankful over this long holiday weekend. As union members, there is a lot to be thankful for like our wages and benefits. We can also be thankful in knowing that thanks to our union and the solidarity of our friends and coworkers we will be working in a safe workplace that allows us to go home and see our families every night. As you sit with your family on Thursday, remember to give thanks for this hard earned privilege and remember that your family is why we fight.


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