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 The Texas AFL-CIO today congratulated Latino voting rights organizations and allies for obt

Patt Moon-Updike wanted to be a nurse since she was 9 years old.

The Texas AFL-CIO toolkit grew Saturday with a successful Union Candidate Training workshop, at a time when union candidates who support a fair shot agenda for working families are seeing prime opp

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The Texas AFL-CIO today defended birthright citizenship and the U.S. Constitution in response to President Trump's announcement that he intends to try to revise the 14th Amendment unilaterally.

The president is the billionaire head of a global business empire, and his mostly millionaire Cabinet may be the richest in American history. His opponent in the 2016 election was a millionaire. Most Supreme Court Justices are millionaires. Most members of Congress are millionaires (and probably have been for several years).

The Trump administration plans to tackle two important labor policy issues in the coming months: overtime pay and “joint employer” liability for companies in staffing and franchise relationships.

For the people of Flint, justice may come from a courtroom, but change comes at the ballot box.

November 6 is Election Day.

In 2010 and 2014, as families in Flint went to the voting booth, little did they know that their decisions would impact something as fundamental as the water they drink. However, policies put in place by the state and local officials elected on those days put saving money ahead of the health and water quality of Flint residents.

‘Keep American Airlines American!’

The Texas AFL-CIO today endorsed planned rallies led by Transport Workers Union Local 513 for airplane safety and security amid proposals by American Airlines to outsource maintenance jobs to low bidders in Mexico, South America and China.

The events are set for 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3 p.m.-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at DFW International Airport, Terminal D.