From the West Virginia AFL-CIO we have Josh Sword on the program to talk about their plan to fight to get back some of the losses they saw in the wave of the 2016 election.
Josh Sword of what West Virginia AFL-CIO joins us to an infrastructure bond that passed and how the AFL-CIO is really pushing to get these jobs to be filled by local workers.
Josh Sword joins us from West Virginia AFL-CIO to talk about how WV’s Governor has decided to switch parties and become a republican to garner sympathy from Donald Trump. We also go over a few other issues that West Virginia is facing, including how coal barons are hurting their own industries by refusing to compromise on any issues.
Communications Director Stacey Ruckle of the West Virginia AFL-CIO shares concern about the consequences of the budget deficit for WV working families, and ways to attract businesses without sacrificing good jobs.
Communications Director Stacey Ruckle of the West Virginia AFL-CIO joins us to talk about the budget shortfalls in West Virginia, the impact of right-to-work passing, and other bad omens on the legislative horizon.
Ken Purdue, President of the WV AFL-CIO, reports on the status of right to work laws and the removal of prevailing wage in West Virginia, and urges voters to remember politicians’ actions come November.
West Virginia AFL-CIO President Ken Perdue joins us to talk about the wrongful removal of their Right to Work radio ad in the state, and the big bills being discussed that could impact all workers in the state.
Water “Fuzz” Larue, of the WV Allied Construction Trades, reminds us why prevailing wage is important to protect in West Virginia, and what it means for the local and state economy.
President Tim Burga of the Ohio AFL-CIO joins Common Sense Radio to break down explain what the Friedrich vs California Teachers Supreme Court case is, and why the forthcoming Supreme Court ruling will have big consequences for working people all across the country.
West Virginia AFL-CIO President Ken Perdue joins us to talk about prevailing wage for workers in the state, and other big labor issues happening across West Virginia.
West Virginia AFL-CIO President Ken Perdue joins us to talk about veterans issues in the state, an update on state construction projects, and other labor news from around the state of West Virginia.
West Virginia AFL-CIO President Ken Perdue joins us to talk about their victory over Right to Work in the state, and how they were able to fend off this tricky legislation.
- Page 1 of 2