National Labor Organizations
The time for immigration reform is now, says AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka. This will be a focus for labor in 2013 as the country needs to create a common-sense immigration process with a road map to citizenship.
Read more >>>
2131 S.W. 36th St., Topeka, 66611. Phone 785-267-0100, Fax 785-267-2775 http://ks.aflcio.org/statefed/
Salina Central Labor Union, AFL-CIO
201 Hawkes, Gypsum, 67448. Phone 785-493-0790, Fax 785-493-0898, 8 p.m. 3rd Thursday, Labor Temple, 2055 S. Ohio St., Salina
Topeka Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
P.O. Box 750073, Topeka, 66608. Phone 785-276-9078, Fax 785-276-9078, 7 p.m. 2nd Wednesday, IBEW Local 226, 1620 N.W. Gage, Topeka
Tri-County Labor Council of Eastern Kansas, AFL-CIO
7540 Leavenworth Road, Kansas City, 66109. Phone 913-334-3505, Fax 913-334-6660, 6 p.m. last Tuesday, 7540 Leavenworth Road, Kansas City
Wichita/Hutchinson Labor Federation of Central Kansas, AFL-CIO
3830 S. Meridian, Wichita, 67217.
Phone 316-522-1591, Fax 312-522-1538,
Labor Union Center, 3219 W. Central, Wichita www.ksworkbeat.org