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plan reserves (good that we had them to use!) to help extend coverage for partici- pants and to offer COBRA-free coverage. We need to secure more reliable funding in the form of new and/or enhanced residuals that will generate enough money through hourly contributions just to maintain the status quo. We need to secure protection for members who will be impacted by artificial intelligence and emerging technologies. In addition, we need to address a host of other matters important to our members, includ- ing terms and working conditions that crafts within Local 700 have in common, as well as craft-specific issues. So in the months ahead, no matter how In the Q4 2022 issue, a photo of Steven Saltzman's latest book , "The Music of Film," was inadvertently omitted and is reproduced here. CineMontage regrets the oversight. CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS we are tested, no matter what we are faced with, no matter the eventual outcome, we must always stay strong, be resilient. It takes time to advance our desired goals; nothing changes overnight. But we must persevere. We can effectuate change be- cause, together, we have the power. That's the whole purpose of unions. ■ 6 C I N E M O N T A G E F R O M C A T H Y R E P O L A , N A T I O N A L E X E C U T I V E D I R E C T O R

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