As outbreaks of Covid-19 continue to intensify throughout the notoriously unsafe meatpacking industry, the administration and others have made claims indicating the largely minority workers in the industry are at fault.
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President Donald Trump announced today that he intends to invoke the Defense Production Act (DPA) to keep meatpacking plants open during the COVID-19 crisis. Meatpacking plants have become hotspots for the virus. According to the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting there have been at least 18 reported worker deaths due to COVID-19 in the meatpacking industry and at least 4,400 reported positive cases tied to meatpacking facilities at 80 plants in 26 states.
It is critical we ensure the safety of workers on the job in the face of COVID-19, whether they are nurses on the frontlines, workers in warehouses, utility workers keeping the lights on across the country, or manufacturing workers building essential products. Congress has taken significant steps to protect workers, and must continue to prioritize the most vulnerable; safeguard working peoples’ jobs, homes, and livelihoods; shore up essential public services; and protect the health and safety of frontline workers.
The BlueGreen Alliance and several of its labor and environmental partners sent a letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer urging the prioritization of workers and families as Congress continues to work to provide critical relief during the COVID-19 crisis.
The U.S. Senate passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a legislative package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that includes added accountability for taxpayer funds that would go to companies; bolsters unemployment compensation; and directs urgently needed help to hospitals, schools, and millions of Americans, among other provisions.
As leaders in Congress continue to negotiate a legislative package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the BlueGreen Alliance called on Congressional leadership to support a list of priorities for any economic stimulus package related to the crisis and released the following statement from Executive Director Jason Walsh:
The Senate today passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act to provide aid to American workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a ruling from a judge in Marion County that will force the Oregon Secretary of State to allow two clean energy ballot measures to continue, the BlueGreen Alliance released the following statement from Oregon State Policy Coordinator Ranfis Villatoro:
The Oregon Secretary of State’s office has rejected the text of Initiative Petitions 2020-048 and 2020-049—ballot proposals that would boost clean energy and clean up Oregon’s air—for including language to ensure the jobs created by the initiatives were good-paying jobs.
The BlueGreen Alliance today announced that Chris Markuson has joined the organization as its Colorado State Director.
In yet another attack on the longstanding and broadly agreed upon framework of clean car regulation, the Trump administration is shortly expected to move to revoke California’s authority to set vehicle emissions standards more protective than the federal government.
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