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Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act Introduced in the House

Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) and Reps. Bobby Scott (Va.) and Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.) have introduced the Richard L. Trumka Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act (H.R. 20 in the House, no Senate # as of 2/27), which would restore the right of workers to freely and fairly form a union and bargain together for changes in the workplace.

The PRO Act is landmark worker empowerment, civil rights and social justice legislation, and an essential component to ensuring the American economy serves all working people. Passage of the PRO Act remains the top priority of the labor movement as a whole. NATCA proudly stands in solidarity with millions of our union sisters and brothers in supporting the PRO Act, which would give workers a voice at the table to bargain for better wages, retirement, health and safety standards, and other vital benefits.


Learn more about the PRO Act from the AFL-CIO.

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