An update on the latest attempts to take away our healthcare, Governor Kate Brown signs Fair Work Week into law, Lane County workers rally for a fair contract, LERC celebrates 40 years, wildfire emergency hardship assistance, and Andy Puzder in Oregon.
A summary of the 55th Oregon AFL-CIO Convention, a call to action about tax reform, stand up and speak out with Lane County employees next week in Eugene, and a new poll about the growing support for unions.
The labor movement's response to the domestic terrorism and hatred in Charlottesville, making NAFTA work for working people, an update on white nationalists dumping money into Oregon politics, and how you can help 350,000 Oregonians preserve their healthcare.
Workers at Nissan in Mississippi vote this week in a historic union organizing campaign, join AFSCME for a spaghetti dinner to benefit a member in need, an organizing win at Facebook, and a look ahead at the battles surrounding healthcare.
A response from Pride At Work and the Union Veterans Council on President Trump's ban on transgender people serving in the military, nurses call for transparency from Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson, a national healthcare update and looking back at the 2017 Legislative Session.
An important article from AFSCME President Lee Saunders about how unions stand for freedom, information about the July 1 minimum wage increase, registration deadline for LERC/AFL-CIO Summer School, and a look into the attacks on the Davis-Bacon Act.
The Oregon AFL-CIO's response to Uber's latest meddling in our legislature, an online action for stable homes, the importance of Medicaid, and union Ironworker Randy Bryce's campaign to take Paul Ryan's job.
Oregon AFL-CIO President Chamberlain's latest article in the Northwest Labor Press, a take action to stop secret healthcare negotiations in the US Senate, upcoming events, union made gifts for Father's Day and more.
Oregon's House passes the Rural Worker Protection Act, march with union members in the Portland Pride Parade on June 18, an update on the dangerous IP22, and a call to action to make sure trade policy works for all of us.
CEOs Now Make 347 Times What Working People Make, Stamp out hunger on Saturday with the National Association of Letter Carriers, and save the date for the Young Emerging Labor Leaders Happy Hour & Networking Event on June 1st.
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.
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.