events & actions
Healthcare opponents submitted signatures on October 5th to try to take care away from more than 350,000 Oregonians. Sign up today and we'll let you know about volunteer opportunities for Referendum 301.
It’s time to call on our leadership: elected representatives, business CEOs, civic leaders and small business owners to reject this initiative and to work together for one Oregon where we can all work and live together.
The affiliated unions of the Oregon AFL-CIO send our condolences to the victims of the tragic violence in Las Vegas, and we stand in solidarity with all impacted by this incident.
Governor Kate Brown announced her campaign for reelection on Monday. Earlier this month, Governor Kate Brown addressed hundreds of union delegates of the Oregon AFL-CIO at the State Federation’s 55th Biennial Convention in Bend where she spoke on issues important to working people in Oregon.
Lane County (AFSCME Local 2831) workers are on strike, a look at Trump's tax plan, and an overview of Ballot Measure 101 which will be voted on in a special election on January 23.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in Oregon, the latest on the attack on 350,000 Oregonians healthcare, and the rising income inequality in Oregon and it's connection to Trump's tax cuts.
Labor's response to the tragic violence in Las Vegas, an overview of Janus V. AFSCME, why tax reform efforts could hurt working people, union members help out with recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, and an update on NAFTA renegotiation efforts.
Six Oregon nurses join 300 other union members for a two-week stint in the hurricane’s wake. https://t.co/DMTFvsCdpB
City of Portland DCTU workers take strike authorization vote after an impasse was declared on September 27. https://t.co/TLxcwoBpve
Get the latest on the strike in Lane County and find out how you can help: https://t.co/xqyAMuhCqp