By Doug Cunningham
Bargaining between the Communications Workers of America and AT&T is intensifying. CWA says it will answer AT&T's latest labor contract proposal this week.
Job security and outsourcing are top concerns for the union in California and Nevada as well as in the AT&T Mobility talks.
CWA says as it responds to AT&T this week it expects to be at the bargaining table "full time to continue negotiations to get the best contract possible."
CWA represents tens of thousands of workers at AT&T throughout the country. AT&T makes $1.3 billion profit each month.