CAW Policy Paper #9: Allocation of Dues
December 15, 1989
CAW POLICY LETTER
LETTER NO. 9 December 15, 1989
Allocation of Dues
To: All Local Unions
This letter refers to Allocation of Dues, of which Forty-Two per cent (42%) remains at the Local Union - Article 17, Section 11 of the National Constitution.
Local Union disbursement of the 42% should be structured as follows:
As of November 9, 1988, in accordance with Article 17, Section 6, local unions shall set aside ten cents (.10) of each monthÍs dues payment into a Political Education Fund; ten cents (.10) of each dues payment is to be set aside into the Education Fund; two cents (.02) of each dues payment is to be set aside for recreation and leisure time use, and one cent (.01) of each dues payment shall be set aside for the Retired Workers Fund.
It is expected therefore that local unions have set up their funding procedures in accordance with Article 17, Section 6 of the Constitution.
This Letter No. 9 supercedes the Letter No. 2 dated October 31, 1986.