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There are only a few days left to get important worker safety and health bills passed in California. Take 5 minutes TODAY to pick up the phone and call your elected officials in support of two critical bills.
Click here to find your State Senate representatives. Why are you contacting your State Senator, and not Assembly Member? Because both of the below bills have cleared the Assembly and are awaiting a vote by the Senate. Be sure to mention that you live in their district and whether you represent an organization.
Call your State Senator and say that you want them to vote “YES” on AB 1634 and AB 1897.
What are you doing to honor working people and families this Labor Day? Below is a list of 2014 events in California planned by Labor Councils and their partners. Click on the links for more information, including how to RSVP, directions to events, and program highlights. Please let us know if there are other events we should add!
Labor Day was first celebrated in New York City in 1882, and twelve years later become a federal holiday to pay national tribute to the “contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country." This Labor Day, and every day, we celebrate all workers, and our communities and families that benefit from safe and healthy jobs.