Workers’ Rights

Workers’ Rights

Unions brought us living wages, safe working conditions, and dignity and respect in the workplace. In the 1950s, 1 out of every 3 workers belonged to a union, and Montana was a proud union state. But today, only 10% of workers belong to a union, people are not always paid living wages, and the new economy does not give a pathway for workers to advance in their careers or have security in their future. That’s why I support the PRO Act (, the most important and comprehensive labor law that we’ve seen in a generation. Source: 7/25/2022


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