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Nov. 4 is creeping up fast, and working people are knocking on doors, making phone calls and making sure their friends and neighbors are registered to vote so we're electing the kind of candidates who speak for us, not CEOs and corporations. You can make a big difference this election. It's as easy as picking up the phone and telling people who matter to you what's at stake this November. Make a call today, we're counting on you! Read more >>>


While volunteers around the country are on street corners, outside of groceries stores, at bus and subway stops and elsewhere to help people register to vote, you can get started right now, right here with just one click. If we’re going to beat back the attack on working families by the likes of Mitch McConnell, Scott Walker, the Koch brothers and other extremists, all of us—you and your family and friends—must be registered to vote. Read more >>>

Support Mission

Transport Workers (TWU) Local 527 provides support services for U.S. troops as they train and learn signal command at the Fort Gordon military base in Augusta, Ga. TWU members do everything from issuing and repairing equipment and vehicles to making sure the well water is safe to drink and the facilities are heating and cooling properly. Read the full article>>>

It's pretty frustrating seeing all the headlines that claim the economy is alive and kicking. Sure, there is economic growth and a steady increase in jobs, but what kind of jobs are we talking about exactly? Well, they aren't the kind of jobs we think of first when it comes to steady, middle-class jobs. No big surprise here, low-wage service sector jobs like those in the fast-food industry are seeing the biggest gains. Bryce Covert at The New Republic has a nice summary of what America's workers are up against when it comes to wages. Read more >>>

The Kansas AFL-CIO proudly went on record July 18th at our KS AFL-CIO COPE Convention with our endorsements for the November 4th Election. Click here. Vote Early! Read more >>>

AFT Kansas, KNEA, Unions, other educators and citizens marched from the National Historic Site of Brown vs Board of Education to the Kansas statehouse. AFT President Randi Weingarten made the trip to Topeka for the Raise Your Hand to Reclaim the Promise march and rally. Candidate for Governor and House Minority Leader Paul Davis was also among a number of speakers on a beautiful day. 

WHLF Remembers & Vows to Fight for the Living

On April 24th the Wichita-Hutcinson Labor Federation held their annual dinner to remember those Kansas workers who have lost their lives on the job and renew the commitment to fight for good safe jobs.

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The KS AFL-CIO encourages everyone in Kansas to check their voter registration to make sure you are properly registered. Because of new laws suppressing voter turnout, we say especially in Kansas - to check your voting registration information to see how you are registered, what races/districts you vote in, your polling place, your precinct and even your voting history. Just click here.

Finally!  A one-stop resource for people who want to buy union-made goods and services, Labor 411’s print and online directory provides greater visibility to union products and union-made goods and services and helps union decision makers ensure that their dollars and their values are connecting with the community at large. Go Here

 

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