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Union members have been helping out Flint, Michigan, residents during its water crisis. Read the full article>>>
The Texas AFL-CIO COPE urges all union members, retirees and allies to vote in the March 1 primary elections.
Want to do more to give voice to working people, such as helping write your party's platform? Then become a delegate, potentially at the local, state and national levels. Guidelines on how to do this are below.
Delegates at the 57th Texas AFL-CIO COPE Convention voted to approve eight resolutions on a variety of labor topics.
The "Resolved" clauses of those resolutions are below.
The Texas AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) endorsed statewide candidates following a two-day convention to prepare for the 2016 political cycle.
The list is below. The Texas AFL-CIO COPE is the political arm of the state labor federation, which consists of more than 235,000 affiliate union members who advocate for a Raising Wages Agenda in Texas.
The 2015 Texas AFL-CIO Scholarship Program Winners are listed below. For photos, see the June 2015 issue of the Texas AFL-CIO Labor News. Read more >>>
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