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Lawmakers and union leaders seek to extend labor rights to more librarians, state workers

February 2, 2024

Over 20 pro-labor legislators gathered with members of six different unions on Thursday to show support for three bills that would, if passed, extend the right to unionize and collectively bargain to Maryland workers who are currently ineligible. “It is not picking and choosing among our brothers and sisters, it is we all move together,” Maryland State and DC AFL-CIO President Donna Edwards said at a news conference in Annapolis. “As we move forward together, so do workers that don’t have the ability to be in a union right now.”

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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