Priorities for the New Year: In the States Roundup

It's time once again to take a look at the battles for the freedoms of working families in the states. Here is what the unions in the states are talking about this week. Click on any of the links to follow the state federations and central labor councils on Twitter.

 

Arizona AFL-CIO:

Arkansas AFL-CIO:

 

We are ready for 2018! We hope that 2018 brings everyone opportunity, occupational safety and health!   

California Labor Federation:

Colorado AFL-CIO:

 

RT and help spread the word about our 2018 Legislative Priorities Roll Out on Monday, January 8th http://bit.ly/2AhlCOB 

Connecticut AFL-CIO (retweet):

 

Join  members in demanding electeds make  to embrace truly approach, not more failed policies that shift burden onto to ' backs: http://aftct.org/node/102346  @AFT_PE

Florida AFL-CIO:

Idaho State AFL-CIO (retweet):

 

Thank you once again to all the hardworking men and women in our union family who made the holidays happen for so many people, as they will continue to do throughout the year! Wishing you all a happy new year and wonderful 2018. http://www.ufcw.org/2017/12/25/xmas

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New Hampshire AFL-CIO:

 

.@DonnaSoucy speaking in opposition to  & standing up for @daninnis Amendment changes NH labor law & takes power away from employees & gives it to the corporations and employers! 

New Jersey State AFL-CIO:

 

As we turn the page on 2017, we wanted to thank you for your solidarity and support and recognize our many collective achievements that have laid the foundation for a successful 2018. http://www.njaflcio.org/looking_back_at_our_solidarity_in_2017 

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Washington State Labor Council:

 

Today we announced our Shared Prosperity Agenda for the 2018 legislative session that begins Monday. Check it out: http://www.thestand.org/?p=62707   

Wisconsin State AFL-CIO:

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