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  1. SAG Health Plan Moves to Fulfill Union Leaders' Key Merger Promise

    12:03 pm 12/15/2013

    The plan says members may be able to combine SAG and AFTRA contract earnings starting July 1 in order to qualify for health insurance.Read more

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  2. Directors' New Labor Deal Puts Big Pressure on Actors (Analysis)

    5:00 am 12/5/2013

    The Directors Guild's pre-Thanksgiving pact with the major studios makes it hard for unions like SAG-AFTRA to claim victory when their deals come up for review.Read more

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  3. Justin Timberlake, SAG-AFTRA Reach Agreement on 20/20 Experience World Tour Dancers

    2:19 pm 11/22/2013

    Under the agreement, performer earnings count toward pension and health benefits eligibility.Read more

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  4. SAG-AFTRA Moves to Dismiss Ed Asner Suit

    12:00 pm 11/20/2013

    The motion, even if granted, may not end the lawsuit.Read more

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  5. SAG-AFTRA OKs Extension of Corporate, Educational, Non-Broadcast Contracts

    12:44 pm 10/8/2013

    The agreements cover public relations, sales promotion and training films.Read more

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  6. Judge Dismisses Most But Not All of Anti-SAG-AFTRA Lawsuit

    11:12 am 10/7/2013

    The complaint was filed against the actors' union by Ed Asner and 15 others.Read more

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  7. Membership 1st Activists & Gabrielle Carteris Deny SAG-AFTRA Deal at Convention

    12:57 pm 10/2/2013

    UPDATED: Sources asserted a backroom deal was made involving now-executive vice president Gabrielle Carteris and MS 1st's David Jolliffe -– but MS 1st activists and Carteris disagree.Read more

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  8. Secrets of the SAG-AFTRA Convention (Exclusive)

    10:25 am 9/30/2013

    UPDATED: THR goes behind closed doors for a look at the hardball politics of the union’s first national convention.Read more

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  9. Additional L.A.-Based SAG-AFTRA National Board Members to Be Appointed (Exclusive)

    11:44 pm 9/27/2013

    The selection of one expected board member was considered controversial. Read more

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  10. UCLA / SAG-AFTRA Study Shows Challenges for LGBT Actors

    5:16 pm 9/27/2013

    Much has changed but bias still remains a problem, with more than half of LGBT performers reporting having heard anti-LGBT comments on set.Read more

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