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Legislative Recap: The 2015-2016 Session

2016 marks the end of another two-year session of the Pennsylvania General Assembly.  The 2015-16 legislative session had both successes and setbacks for Pennsylvania’s working people.  Due to an incredible act of cooperation and collaboration between Labor leaders and legislators, progress was made in partially fixing the state’s unemployment compensation system. Read More

Pennsylvania AFL-CIO Criticizes Passage of House Bill 874 Making It More Difficult for Workers to Engage in Constitutionally Protected Activities during Strikes and Organizing Campaigns

Harrisburg, Pa – Pennsylvania AFL-CIO President Rick Bloomingdale and Secretary-Treasurer Frank Snyder criticized legislation House Bill 874 approved by the State House of Representative that makes it more difficult for workers to exercise their freedom to organize and advocate on their behalf during a strike or an organizing campaign. Read More