Thurston-Lewis-Mason Central Labor Council
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2022 Legislative Advocacy: The Workers’ Recovery Agenda

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    9/13 is “Investor Day” at Starbucks HQ, where investors gather to decide how to spend profits. SBWU workers are staging a rally to make sure investors know who created these profits – the workers. Starbucks has gone all in on illegal union-busting tactics, attempting to intimidate workers. But Seattle is a union town – and Washington is a worker-first state.
    It was a busy convention summer for Labor with both the AFL CIO Convention in Philadelphia and the Washington State Labor Council Convention in Wenatchee. Conventions are fun but they're also a lot of work.
    After a long, long time it's time to get back together and celebrate, working people in Thurston, Lewis and Mason Counties! Join the Thurston-Lewis-Mason Central Labor Council for the return of our annual Labor Day Picnic on Monday, Sept.
    Labor Day 2022 Flier.pdf
    Candidates that received TLMCLC endorsements were frequently successful in the November 2021 election and  it paid off as Labor accomplished a lot. Read more about Labor's successes by clicking HERE. Now the 2022 election is coming up and as a movement we hope to continue to make gains in legislation.
    How do we talk to members and coworkers who think differently than us about politics, racial and gender justice, union membership, or other issues? Would you like to be a better leader in your workplace and a voice for change.
    On Friday, January 28th, labor activists from throughout the state gathered to discuss the 2022 Legislative Agenda and advocate for much needed policies for working people.  Throughout the state, members of the labor movement met with their representatives and affiliates of the Thurston-Lewis-Mason Central Labor Council met with representatives from the 20th and 10th districts.
    When the TransAlta Coal mine closed and laid off 600 workers in 2006, Lewis County lost its biggest employer. In 2011, the TransAlta Coal plant eliminated another 300 jobs and announced its intention to close by 2025.  To help with the community’s transition away from coal, TransAlta, environmental groups and the State of Washington agreed to create a 55$ million coal transition funds.
    On Monday, Port of Chehalis staff were among the crowd present for the 110th-anniversary remembrance ceremony honoring the memory of "The Girls" at Greenwood Cemetery in Chehalis.
    The AFL-CIO, the state labor councils and our own Thurston-Lewis-Mason Central Labor Council are working to assure that everyone possible hears about what the PRO ACT would do for working people in America. Our Labor Council has financially supported the marketing of this bill in the States of Washington and Alaska because we really believe in it. You might ask yourself, what is the Pro Act.

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    **NOTE: All meetings are currently being conducted via Zoom. For an invitation, contact Bob G. or Peter.**

    When In-Person Meetings Resume, CENTRALIA Meetings are held at
    the Centralia Teamsters Bldg.
    located at 217 E. Main St.
    Centralia, WA 98531
    Nov 16, 2022
    **NOTE: All meetings are currently being conducted via Zoom. For an invitation, contact Bob G. or Peter.**

    When In-Person Meetings Resume, OLYMPIA Meetings are held at
    State Employees 443 Office
    located at 906 S. Columbia
    Olympia WA 98501
    Dec 21, 2022
    **NOTE: All meetings are currently being conducted via Zoom. For an invitation, contact Bob G. or Peter.**

    When In-Person Meetings Resume, CENTRALIA Meetings are held at
    the Centralia Teamsters Bldg.
    located at 217 E. Main St.
    Centralia, WA 98531
    Jan 18, 2023
    **NOTE: All meetings are currently being conducted via Zoom. For an invitation, contact Bob G. or Peter.**

    When In-Person Meetings Resume, OLYMPIA Meetings are held at
    State Employees 443 Office
    located at 906 S. Columbia
    Olympia WA 98501
    Feb 15, 2023
    **NOTE: All meetings are currently being conducted via Zoom. For an invitation, contact Bob G. or Peter.**

    When In-Person Meetings Resume, CENTRALIA Meetings are held at
    the Centralia Teamsters Bldg.
    located at 217 E. Main St.
    Centralia, WA 98531
    Mar 15, 2023
    **NOTE: All meetings are currently being conducted via Zoom. For an invitation, contact Bob G. or Peter.**

    When In-Person Meetings Resume, OLYMPIA Meetings are held at
    State Employees 443 Office
    located at 906 S. Columbia
    Olympia WA 98501
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