Wisconsin voters deserve legislators who will support the working class during this unprecedented time as Wisconsinites face three crises: a global health pandemic, economic free fall, and systematic racism.
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Power The Polls Safeguard our Elections
As a result of the coronavirus, Wisconsin faces a staggering shortage of people who are able to work the polls -- which could mean closed polling places and long delays during the November election. The AFL-CIO is proud to partner with Power the Polls, a first-of-its-kind initiative to recruit poll workers to ensure a safe, fair election for all voters.
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Demand Workers Be Provided with PPE
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a number of areas in which our nation was simply not prepared. Nowhere is this more true than in the workplace, where far too many men and women have been asked to do their jobs without the personal protective equipment they need to keep themselves and those around them safe.
Personal Protective Equipment is every worker’s right.
Visit unionmaskbrigade.org to download our safety decree demanding that appropriate personal protective equipment be provided to everyone whose work requires it. Print and display in your workplace.
Tell Your Senator: Support H.R. 6800, the HEROES Act / Aprobemos la Ley Heroes (H.R. 6800)
America faces a crisis on three critical fronts: a public health pandemic, an economic free fall and long-standing structural racism. Working people need safe jobs, economic security and freedom from systemic racism. Delivering on economic essentials included in the HEROES Act is an absolute minimum requirement for stopping the free fall into even deeper and deadly racial inequality. Read more . . .
The right to refuse unsafe work is more important than ever – but expect a fight
by Kathy Wilkes
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a heavy toll on workers. Reports of job hazards grow increasingly dire as several governors and President Trump push past CDC guidelines to "reopen" the economy while forecasts predict soaring infections and deaths.