The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act—which President Joe Biden included in his historic American Jobs Plan—is a meaningful step to bringing back the American middle class.
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America’s energy transition is well underway. This platform is a roadmap to ensure that the transition is fair for workers and communities.
This backgrounder, from the BlueGreen Alliance, United Steelworkers, United Auto Workers, and the AFL-CIO Industrial Union Council, reviews the factors likely to drive U.S. job gains and job losses related to electrification of the U.S. and global vehicle fleet. We also examine the key role the auto sector plays in the U.S. economy and preview policy options that can make electrification a winning strategy for U.S. workers, industries, and the communities that need it most. Our focus is on sustaining, creating, and improving access to good-paying, secure jobs with safe working conditions.
This case study focuses on the passage of first-of-its-kind just transition legislation in Colorado, which provides valuable lessons to advocates for coal communities and workers in other states and a glimpse into the challenges that lie ahead.
The United States House of Representatives today passed the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act. The PRO Act is designed to ensure workers can band together to negotiate better wages and safer working conditions by ending prohibitions on collective and class action litigation; prohibiting employers from permanently replacing striking employees; and amending how employees are defined to ensure that no one is misclassified as an independent contractor. In addition, it would strengthen remedies and enforcement for employees who are exercising their rights; create a mediation and arbitration process for new unions; protect against captive audience meetings; and streamline National Labor Relations Board procedures.
As we make investments to get the economy back on track, everything we do must be aimed at building a stronger, fairer, and cleaner economy that creates and sustains the good, high-paying jobs of the future and makes our communities and workers more resilient to crises.
The BlueGreen Alliance sent a letter to Congressional leadership urging the prioritization of workers and families as Congress continues to work to provide critical relief during the COVID-19 crisis.
A new report released by the BlueGreen Alliance today entitled examines the current state of the oil and gas industry in Colorado and New Mexico and provides recommendations to blunt the impacts to workers due to the industry’s boom and bust cycle.
Following the projection that former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) have been elected President and Vice President of the United States of America, the BlueGreen Alliance released the following statement from Executive Director Jason Walsh.
The U.S. Senate recently voted on Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s new $500 billion COVID-19 relief package that includes provisions from their previously released HEALS Act, which would shield corporations from liability if their employees contract COVID-19 on the job.
The BlueGreen Alliance today announced its support for Proposition 15, which will close corporate property tax loopholes to generate billions in investments for California’s schools and local communities—all while protecting homeowners and renters, small businesses, and agriculture.
The U.S. House of Representatives today passed an updated version of the HEROES Act—a bill that Republicans in the Senate have refused to bring to a floor vote for four months.