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The Allegheny County Labor Council (in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania) is a local branch of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO). The Council was issued its charter in 1961. It was formed from the merger of two pre-existing AFL central labor bodies and two pre-existing CIO central labor bodies. Read More....
Shuler to White House: Let’s Revive Manufacturing
AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler joined Vice President Joe Biden and other leaders at yesterday’s meeting of the White House Middle Class Task Force. The topic: restoring our crippled manufacturing sector. The White House Middle Class Task Force yesterday issued a framework detailing the challenges facing manufacturing, and Shuler delivered a message to the White House that fixing manufacturing must be a priority in building a stronger economy. Even more is in american government essay topics Read More>>
Trumka Answers Your Questions, Lays Out Economic Vision
In a great live Web discussion yesterday, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka answered a wide range of questions on the nation’s economic crisis, setting out a vision for short-term job creation and long-term progress toward a fairer economy. Read More>>
We Need To Organize A New Generation of Workers
This information came from Don Siegel of IBEW, which he recently sent to his members, I have taken the liberty to edit it to be more inclusive to the entire labor movement.
Look up your elected officialsPlace 9 digit zip code in to find all of your elected officials. If you do not know the 9 digit zip code press find buttton and complete the form that will appear. This will enable you to find any 9 digit zip code of any address in the United States.
If you only enter first five digits you can only locate your Federal Officials and Governor.
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Target 5000 Survey Tracks Union Members Public Service
When we talk to our elected or appointed officials in our area, it is helpful if we know if they are or have been a member of organized labor. The AFL-CIO has designed a form named the Target 5000 Survey that would make it easier for us to track those individuals and use them as our first point of contact at their level of public service, if needed. We encourage members of organized labor who are seeking public office to also complete this form. Read more...
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