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When unions stand together to move an agenda, great things happen for workers.
Oregon’s Legislature just passed a law that will prevent cities and counties from trying to pass anti-union “right-to-work” legislation.
To tackle potholes and congestion, Oregon Legislature needs to hear from union members about a proposed $8.2 billion transportation package.
Twenty years ago, when Greg Walden was in the Oregon Legislature, he was viewed as a moderate Republican.
Oregon’s low inventory of housing has given landlords an unbridled opportunity to reap large profits at the expense of working people.
If this grassroots movement can be maintained and grow, the 2018 election will bring change.
Every one of us has an obligation to fight as hard as we can, to get off the couch and activate and agitate.
Volunteers from more than 30 Oregon unions knocked on 100,000 doors, made 260,000 phone calls, and handed out 2,800 worksite fliers.
Richardson has been an outspoken opponent of a working people’s agenda.