The long process of screening political candidates continues. These Texas candidates are endorsed:

The Texas AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) Conference was over at noon on January 21. We heard major labor and political leaders speak.

Your information, not the bosses' information! Click here and let's work together!

Dallas unionists join the statewide effort to confront anti-unionism in the legislature.

Stop anti-union legislation

There’s Trouble in Texas

The fight is on for teachers and other public workers. Normally, employers adjust employee payrolls for savings plans, charitable donations, union dues, and other deductions. SB7 and HB156 in the legislature’s special session would leave the other deductions, but omit union dues. The reason is clear: to destroy Texas unions! Click here to join the statewide fightback.

Working families never get anything they didn't fight for.

TWU Protest


JULY 26, 2017

Republicans Have Health Problems

Congressman Marc Veasey writes, "Healthcare is a human right, not a privilege. We must continue to raise our voices on the devastating impact the Senate health care bill will have on our families.... we continue to fight tooth and nail against this inhumane bill.” 

Fight Continues on Health Care


Texas Alliance for Retired Americans activists joined a "die in" at Senator Cornyn's office on June 28


The regular third-Thursday meeting of the Dallas AFL-CIO on June 15 showed pride in our accomplishments and confidence in our future.

The power of working families is focused on election day, June 10, in Dallas. Your Central Labor Council will be throwing everything we can into winning. Join us at 10 AM, or as soon afterward as you can, for canvassing, phone banking, and whatever else we can think of. For information, contact Lorraine Montemayor at 214-826-4808.

As national and state politicians continue their unprecedented attacks against working families, Dallas labor and our allies declared ourselves ready to fight.