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Oregon labor was proud to show solidarity with the Thorns players at their Oct. 6 game, the first game back after the weekend’s pause.
Workers are fed up, and they are doing something about it: Strikes, shop floor actions, civil disobedience, and work stoppages.
Renewable gas projects are predicted to create 7.3 million jobs by 2050. These are family-wage jobs that come with healthcare and pensions.
Rich Trumka believed in the potential of strong local and state labor movements, and invested and supported state federations like ours.
As the recent extreme heat and last year’s historic wildfires become more rule than exception, workers need more from our state government.
It’s hard to miss the countless news stories claiming that current labor shortages are the result of overly generous unemployment benefits.
Oregon will receive billions in federal dollars. This is an opportunity to invest in the heroic workers who kept our communities functioning.
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.