Ballots will be arriving in mailboxes by Tuesday. And, in Aurora, voters will be faced with a stark choice. Will we build a city that works for everyone and not just the wealthy few? A city where workers have a seat at the table and prosperity is for all.
Last week, the Mayor and I proudly announced a proposal to raise wages for all Denver workers starting January 1, 2020. Our proposal is to follow the incremental path outlined by the state legislature— raising wages to $13.80/hr. on January 1, 2020, and then to $15.87/hr. in 2021.
Public Comment Period
The Public Comment Period for paid family and medical leave has officially opened! Over the next 30 days, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) will collect comments from workers, business owners, organizations and community members to share with the FAMLI Taskforce to help inform their decision about the best paid leave program for the state of Colorado.
True legislative and political power comes from an organized working-class fighting for JUSTICE.
Join CWA union members from across Denver on Tuesday, October 15th from 5:30pm – 8pm at 2840 S. Vallejo as we host a phone bank for our endorsed candidates in the Denver Public School Board race.
Solidarity isn’t just a catchphrase.
Join us this Saturday 9/21/2019 at 10am as we support the striking GM workers at Denver Parts Distribution Center, 23400 E. Smith Rd., Aurora, CO. Wear your red CWA shirt! Contact Anthony Scorzo with any questions at 773-968-6616.
1st Annual John Cataline Memorial Bowl-A-Thon
The Bowl-A-Thon was a great success. Thank you to everyone who participated! Together we raised $1250 for CdLS. There are several CdLS families in Denver that want to attend next year.
Sign the Petition to Support Workers on Strike
This is urgent so I’ll keep it brief. 20,000 AT&T workers in the Southeast walked out on an unfair labor practice strike over the weekend over the company’s failure to bargain in good faith. This is the biggest private sector strike in the South in a decade.
Thousands of our jobs have disappeared in the past several years thanks to big corporations like AT&T sending work overseas in order to boost profits at the expense of all working people. We need common sense legislation to keep American workers employed and our communities strong.
The U.S. Call Center Worker and Consumer Protection Act (S. 1792 and H.R.