|“The California labor movement looks forward to partnering with the governor to revive our economy and move us forward as a state.” Art Pulaski 1-31-11. California Labor Federation Executive Secretary-Treasurer Art Pulaski is the chief officer of the California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO. The Federation represents 2.1 million members of 1,200 manufacturing, transportation, construction, service and public sector unions.
Retirees, our pensions are under attack and Organized Labor is not doing anything about it. In fact, Organized Labor is bargaining our pensions away. The Union leadership in Wisconsin bragged about concessionary bargaining and how much they had given Gov. Walker. Art Pulaski, head of California AFL/CIO, can’t wait to “partner” with Jerry Brown: to do what? While our Labor leaders continue to support Obama, Obama denies Social Security recipients a cost of living increase for the second year in a row. Why isn’t Organized Labor reaching out to the retirees? Do our Labor leaders think that because we are retired we don’t care about what is happening?
The Banks and Wall Street did the crime and now retirees, the disabled, students, public workers and the unemployed must do the time?
The UNITED PUBLIC WORKERS FOR ACTION will fight for our pensions. Join us when we bring our grievances to the front door of AFL/CIO on April 9th at 9:30 a.m.
Rally At THE AFL/CIO WESTERN CONFERENCE APRIL 9 AT 9:30 AM UNTIL ?
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