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This year, on April 28, Oregon’s unions will observe Workers Memorial Day amidst a grim backdrop the likes unseen in our lifetime.
Over 2 million women left jobs during this “she-cession,” bringing women’s labor force participation to the lowest level in over 30 years.
We must ensure that the Legislature will do what it takes to prioritize workplace and economic safety and security.
Our democracy suffered a serious attack on January 6. We cannot ignore the lawmakers who encouraged or participated in the insurrection.
IBEW & United Workers credit union was developed by union trades seeking a way to invest union wages in a union-run financial institution.
In the new year, let’s recommit ourselves to the struggle for justice, let’s beat the virus, and let’s rebuild by centering working people.
America’s labor movement is often the last and only line of defense for anyone who works for a living.
The economy is just a set of rules that can be rewritten. That starts with who we elect. For working people, elections make a difference.
Oregon ranks nearly last in the availability of drug addiction treatment for those who want it. Ballot Measure 110 would change that.
Our state government can help us by strengthening workplace protection for COVID-19. Join us: Call on the governor and OR-OSHA to do right.