Northwest Oregon Labor Council


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Recent News

Deian Salazar for David Douglas School Board Position 4

The Labor Council supported Deian Salazar in his unsuccessful run earlier this year for a seat on the David Douglas School Board.  He is now seeking an appointment to Position 4, a vacated seat on the Board.

As an Autistic person, he brings a unique perspective that will serve the Board and students well.  He knows the District and is a true Working Class Champion.

The Labor Council continues our support of Deian for the David Douglas School Board and wish him the best.


Bob Tackett had a Zoom meeting with Jessica Stevens, State Director for US Senator Jeff Merkley, to discuss the work we've been doing to help pass the PRO Act.

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act last year, but anti-worker legislators in the Senate blocked it. Undeterred, working people fought to elect pro-worker lawmakers to the Senate, House and White House. And we won.

Marcial Reyes could have just quit his job. Frustrated with chronic understaffing at the Kaiser Permanente hospital where he works in Southern California, he knows he has options in a region desperate for nurses.

Instead, he voted to go on strike.

And many of them are either hitting the picket lines or quitting their jobs as a result.

The changing dynamics of the US labor market, which has put employees rather than employers in the driver's seat in a way not seen for decades, is allowing unions to flex their muscle.

Northwest Oregon Labor Council is holding monthly Council Meetings every fourth Monday at 4:00pm via Zoom.

Please email [email protected] if you're a delegate and not receiving the Zoom meeting information prior to these meetings.

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