In March, the House of Representatives passed the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act — but the Senate has yet to approve this vital law.
If passed, the PRO Act would be the most significant pro-labor legislation since the National Labor Relations Act became law in 1935. It would restore the right to join a union and help workers negotiate safer workplace conditions, higher wages, and better benefits.
Though some provisions of the PRO Act have been added to the upcoming budget reconciliation package, workers in the United States desperately need the full protections offered by this legislation.
For decades, wealthy corporations and Republican politicians have systematically eroded our fundamental labor rights. Corporate interests are plotting to spend millions of dollars to defeat the PRO Act, but we can’t let them succeed.
Tell your senators to support union rights and working families by passing the PRO Act.