For the short term, the Supreme Court will not decide against organized labor in the controversial Friedrichs vs. California Teachers Association case. While it’s great to not have the threat of this case looming over our heads, the truth is that one bump in the timeline on one Court case doesn’t change the reality for… Read more »
The fight isn't over yet: now is the time to stand together and defend Oregon's working families.
Working families in Oregon won major victories last year — and that means out-of-state billionaires are taking aim at our state. Find out what they're planning — and how you can stand up and fight back.
On Monday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a case that could fundamentally alter workers’ ability to have a voice. Ostensibly filed by California teachers, the real backer of the lawsuit is a conservative astroturf organization funded by the Koch Brothers. Their goal is to defund unions to make… Read more »
We’re proud of the successes of this year, but the challenges ahead threaten everything we’ve done. With your help, 2016 can be our best year yet.
We're joining the Northwest Accountability Project and saying no to hate. Oregon is no place for attacks on LGBTQ people or workers.
Halloween may be over, but the return of Oregon's biggest political donor means the frights just keep on coming.
Too often, common sense safety measures are ignored at the expense of workers’ lives. Let’s change this, and stand up for Oregon’s workers.
Some work is inherently dangerous — that’s why it’s critical that workers have the ability to stand up and advocate for safe working conditions.
Earlier this year, low wage workers from two of America’s most notorious bad-actors — Wal-Mart and McDonald’s — were promised pay increases. This was great news for the hundreds of thousands of low-wage workers around the country who expected to see a raise. But, those raises did not come without fine print. Wal-Mart announced that its… Read more »