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Community members attended town hall meetings hosted by Representative Greg Walden this week. The town hall meetings scheduled by Rep. Walden follow a wave of accountability actions from constituents, who are critical of the lack of open meetings with constituents by Rep. Walden
Statements by Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain and National AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch and changes to the Senate rules.
"The President’s budget includes cuts to programs which provide support to low-income working families, programs which protect working people on the job, and our country’s public schools. This budget could be a disaster for working people across the country, and should be rejected by Congress."
Oregon AFL-CIO reaction to the appointment of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court, Congressional Town Halls, ending gender-based violence in the worpkplace, and union made goodies for Easter.
Town halls in Congressional District 2, Senator Merkley holds the floor for working people, renter protections move forward in Salem, and a list of some upcoming events you won't want to miss.
Resist US Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch, accountability events in Congressional District 2 next month, Equal Pay legislation moving forward in Salem, and a new campaign to fight back agaisnt corporate greed and outsorucing.
Oregon's union movement's response the CBO report on repealing the ACA, holding Rep. Greg Walden accountable, Rep. King and the racist origins of so-called 'Right-to-Work,' and an action to help provide stable homes for Oregon renters.
Solidarity with working women, an update on the attack against the Affordable Care Act, the US Senate's vote against the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Act, and save the date for the Inner City Blues Festival.
The fight for fair scheduling laws, responding to President Trump's 2/28 address, PERS and stable homes actions, Labor Electives from the Oregon Labor Candidate School, and upcoming Congressional town hall meetings across the state.
The withdrawal of Andrew Puzder's nomination for Labor Secretary, support for Boeing workers, upcoming events and an important perspective from USW Vice President Fred Redmond.