North Dakota AFL-CIO

 The North Dakota AFL-CIO is a federation of North Dakota unions working to build power for all North Dakota workers.

Federal

Heidi Heitkamp - United States Senator

Mac Schneider - Representative in Congress

North Dakota AFL-CIO Convention Endorses U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp
State Federation of North Dakota labor unions gathers for 59th Annual Convention to

Tefere Gebre came to the United States in 1984 as a teenager. He and four friends had left their home in war-torn Ethiopia and walked nearly 500 miles across the desert to a refugee camp in Sudan.

When it comes to appreciating educators, please heed an old expression: Walk the walk, don’t just talk the talk.

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An ideologically divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that companies may require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration rather than joining to press their complaints, a decision affecting as many as 25 million workers.

The court's conservative majority said that the 5-to-4 ruling was a logical reading of federal law, and Congress' preference for using arbitration to avoid costly and time-consuming litigation.

A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF ANTI-CORRUPTION BALLOT MEASURE

WHEREAS:     North Dakota does not have an ethics commission and there are few rules regarding transparency in campaign finance; and

WHEREAS:    North Dakotan’s for Public Integrity are circulating a petition to place an measure on that ballot entitled “Transparency of Funding Sources, Lobbyists, Conflicts of Interests, and the Establishment of an Ethics Commission” ; and

President Trump’s attention of late has been focused in part on the United States Postal Service and Amazon, resulting in a new executive order calling for an evaluation of USPS finances. This is a good opportunity to underscore some important facts regarding the Postal Service, a national treasure belonging to all the people of the United States.

It only takes a moment talking to Emily Galvin, an apprentice with Ironworkers Local 7 in Boston, to grasp how her first year learning the skilled trades has transformed her life. For one, she has a fresh understanding of the anatomy of a city—of roads, bridges and buildings. She’s taking classes in structural steel, tension, rebar and labor history. “I love how we use mats of rebar,” Ms. Galvin says, “to make reinforced concrete for floors or knee-walls, like for a parking garage.”

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Unions help build a better life for working people but the wealthy are trying to further rig the economic system in their favor. Show your support for unions.

We need strong protections against the deceptive and abusive practices of big banks and predatory lenders to prevent another financial meltdown. Tell your Senator to reject the Bank Lobbyist Act.

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