(Des Moines, Iowa.) – “We were encouraged to hear Gov. Brandstad emphasize the need for investing in our education system to allow Iowa’s students to better compete in the today’s computer-driven job market, building our state’s infrastructure including training opportunities and new jobs.

Residents Vow to Defend Local Progress against State Threats

The Iowa Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO strongly supports the rights of all Americans to express their beliefs and advocate for them.  We all have a right to our opinions, but when it crosses over into hate speech, we cannot condone these actions. ...

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Will Fischer, Executive Director of the Union Veterans Council, AFL-CIO to Join Iowa AFL-CIO President and Veterans for GOTV Rally

Who: Will Fischer, Executive Director, Union Veterans Council, A...

Following the Committee on Political Education’s (C.O.P.E.) “Endorsement” in the second congressional district of Dave Loebsack, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) in Iowa and Iowa State Council of Machin...

Following the Committee on Political Education’s (C.O.P.E.) “Endorsement” in the third congressional district of Jim Mowrer, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) in Iowa and Iowa State Council of Machinists...

The Iowa Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO (IFL) held its Committee on Political Education (C.O.P.E) Convention, April 23, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa last weekend.  This is the formal step in the process to evaluate candidates for the first round of en...

Iowa Workers Who Lost Their Lives on the Job to Be Honored

 

Iowa Working families call for further safety measures at all workplaces

On April 28, 2016, local workers, labor and faith leaders will gather to honor workers w...

 The Committee on Political Education (C.O.P.E.) met this Saturday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to endorse candidates statewide including Iowa’s U.S. Senate and Congressional Districts. Since the advent of the 2016 C.O.P.E. Convention yielded a ...

WASHINGTON—In issuing a 4-4 opinion in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, the U.S. Supreme Court today rejected an attempt by wealthy special interests to restrict opportunities for America’s teachers, firefighters, police officers...

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