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The Dallas AFL-CIO committed to get-out-the-vote efforts at the October 17 Central Labor Council meeting.

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Federal agencies have been told to carry out Trump administration directives aimed at restricting the role of unions in the federal workplace and giving agencies the maximum discretion in taking disciplinary actions against employees, now that a court ban against many of those policies has been lifted.

A key labor leader has warned House Democrats not to expedite approval of a new North American trade deal, saying that the agreement remains far from complete and that a vote in coming weeks would be a “colossal mistake.”

Dallas AFL-CIO is committed to democracy and voter turnout. All Texans will be voting on proposals on November 5. Labor is especially committed to getting union families to the polls for the special election in Texas House District 100. Communications Workers Local 6215 is taking the lead on phone banking and door-to-door canvassing beginning tonight, October 14, at 6PM at 1408 N Washington.