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CLEVELAND, Ohio – During this 47th Annual EMS Week, the Cleveland Associ

LORAIN, Ohio (WKBN) – Local leaders gathered in Lorain Monday in support of a

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio — More than 50 years after the Occupational Safety and Health Act began setting and enforcing workplace safety standards, labor organizations in Northeast Ohio and around the coun

Ohio will see a bifurcated primary election in 2022 thanks to the disfunction of Republicans on the Ohio Redistricting Commission. In the meantime, we'll take a trip back to the start of the redistricting process and breakdown how we got here - Courtesy of Ballotpedia. 

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Liz Shuler is the first woman ever elected president of the AFL-CIO.

She took over a time when the world of work has been turned upside down.

Union organizing is happening in some unexpected places, and sometimes in ways that disrupt the traditional union playbook.

On Easter Sunday, the North Shore AFL-CIO Federation of Labor, previously known as the Cleveland AFL-CIO, turned 64. The North Shore AFL-CIO is the organized voice of 80,000 working people in Cuyahoga, Lake, and Geauga counties.

LABOR PRESS: You’ve been given such a huge responsibility now, with the death of your friend Rich Trumka [In August she was appointed to serve the remainder of his term.] But the entire time you’ve been involved, labor has been struggling to come back. Do you have a secret plan? What can the AFL-CIO do to rebuild the labor movement?

Chris Ronayne is a Democratic candidate for Cuyahoga County Executive. His name will appear on the May 3rd Primary Election Ballot.

BEDFORD HEIGHTS, OH - Workers at the Sherwin-Williams aerosol plant in Bedford Heights have entered their fifth week on the picket line. The workers are represented by United Steelworkers Local 14919, an affiliate of the North Shore AFL-CIO. While the workers have been on strike since February, they have been without a contract since November. 

CLEVELAND, OH - The North Shore AFL-CIO Federation of Labor welcomed Interior Secretary Deb Haaland to Cleveland on Friday for a roundtable discussion with area labor leaders at the Laborers Local 310 Union Hall. Secretary Haaland traveled to Ohio to announce $4.7 million in funding for abandoned mine land reclamation and $256 million to clean up abandoned oil and gas wells. The money comes from President Biden's bipartisan infrastructure law, which is expected to bring $9.7 billion in infrastructure improvements to Ohio.