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  • NC Workers Call on Tillis to Put Working Families Ahead of Politics

    Photo of Thom Tillis by Gage Skidmore

    Workers are calling on Thom Tillis to stop putting Mitch McConnell’s priorities, including ramming through a Supreme Court nomination, ahead of hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians who face unemployment, foreclosure and other serious economic consequences due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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  • “Be True Patriots”: NC Workers Demand Senators Tillis and Burr Pass HEROES Act

    Today in an online town hall and press call organized by the state AFL-CIO, members and leaders from unions of working people in North Carolina called on Senator Thom Tillis to support the essential role of working people in this pandemic by passing the HEROES Act, legislation which the U.S. House passed on May 15th to protect the lives and livelihoods of working Americans still grappling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, Senator Tillis declined an invitation to participate in the town hall.

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  • ADVISORY: Workers to Demand Congress Pass HEROES Act July 28th

    In a press call this Tuesday, July 28th at 12pm ET, members and leaders from unions of working people in North Carolina will be calling on Senator Thom Tillis to support the essential role of working people in this pandemic by passing the HEROES Act, legislation that already passed the U.S. House in May to protect the lives and livelihoods of working Americans still grappling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • AFGE Members to Picket Sen. Tillis Over Shutdown Pay Vote

    Last week, Senator Tillis voted against a bill to guarantee back pay to government workers who worked through the shutdown. This Tuesday, January 30, we’re rallying at his office to show him our disappointment.

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  • Billboard tour of N.C. to demand Sen. Burr do his job

    A mobile billboard will travel to Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, and Greenville next week telling North Carolina’s U.S. Senators that we need nine justices to have a fully-functioning Supreme Court.

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  • Retired Americans give Sen. Burr low marks

    Active retirees analyzed ten critical votes cast by members of North Carolina’s congressional delegation in each house of Congress last year and found both of our senators and most of our representatives failed retirees.

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  • POLL: NC voters support improved wage and hour laws

    According to the results of a new poll released this week, North Carolina voters broadly support improvements to wage and hour laws. Unfortunately, they’re on the wrong side of the extremists who run our state.

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  • Lend a hand to help workers win this November

    We’re ready to kick extremist, anti-worker politicians in North Carolina – like Thom Tillis -out of office. Are you ready too?

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  • Leo Gerard: GOP overlords rule with handcuffs

    “This is the arrogance of King George, not the deference of a public servant. It’s unconstitutional and un-American,” says USW President Leo Gerard.

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  • Highlights from May 6, 2014 primary elections

    Current State House Speaker and avid opponent of unions, collective bargaining, teachers, and voting rights, Thom Tillis won the backing of a plurality of Republican voters in the May 6th primary.

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  • Picket posh House GOP fundraiser in Raleigh (8/27)

    Join us to protest as State House Republicans cash-in on their immoral agenda.

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  • Political spin and 3 weeks to the Unemployment Cliff

    Time is running out for Gov. McCrory, House Speaker Thom Tillis, and Senate President Pro-Tem Phil Berger to act and keep North Carolina from plunging over the Unemployment Cliff.

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  • Republicans introduce three anti-worker constitutional amendments

    True to his word, on the first day of business in the new legislative session, North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis introduced one bill to put three anti-worker, anti-union amendments to our state constitution on the ballot in 2014.

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  • Thom Tillis, union-buster

    At the opening of the 2013 legislative session, during his speech to House lawmakers, Speaker Thom Tillis (R) said he intends to protect Right to Work (for less) and to keep North Carolina the least unionized state in the United States.

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  • Thom Tillis cites U.K. law to justify payments to former staffers

    We look forward to working with Thom Tillis to raise the level of legal protections for workers in North Carolina up to the high standards set out in U.K. labor law and currently reserved just for Tillis’ staff.

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