Wisconsin State AFL-CIO

 

The Donald Trump Labor Department is proposing a rule change that would mean that restaurant servers and bartenders could lose a large portion of their earnings.

Imagine this: It's Sunday morning and you walk into the church you grew up attending. You have not been to service in a few years.

Working people are tired of hearing how tax giveaways for Wall Street billionaires and corporations will supposedly trickle down to the rest of us.

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This annual event promises excitement, education, and motivation - an agenda filled with workshops and keynote/political speakers! Specifics will be mailed out at a later date but we wanted to make sure you had the necessary information for planning and budgeting purposes. We would like to encourage ALL affiliates to send at least one participant to the conference. 

April 05 - 07, 2018

Family-supporting wages, strong workplace safety, freedom to stand together as a team in union are hallmarks of good job creation

As the Wisconsin Legislature begins a special session to adopt a multi-billion-dollar incentive package to subsidize Foxconn, the Wisconsin AFL-CIO is outlining key principles that must be included in order for the deal to be fair for Wisconsin workers and taxpayers.  

Josh Kaul will be an advocate for every family in Wisconsin and the Wisconsin AFL-CIO is proud to endorse Kaul for Attorney General,” said Phil Neuenfeldt, President of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO.  “It is past time for Wisconsin to have a new leader in the state’s top law enforcement agency. Josh Kaul will protect, defend and promote the rights of the people, not play partisan politics with the office.”

When he finally unveiled his infrastructure plan on Monday, President Donald Trump offered cities and states negative $40 billion.

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