Arkansas Afl-Cio

Arkansas Afl-Cio
Arkansas Afl-Cio is listed in the Labor Organizations category in Little Rock, Arkansas. Displayed below are the social networks for Arkansas Afl-Cio which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arkansas Afl-Cio on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Arkansas Afl-Cio is:
1115 Bishop St
Little Rock, AR 72202
(501) 375-9101
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RT @MarkWarner: I’m fighting alongside SW Va's @MineWorkers to protect their healthcare. It’s time to set aside politics & #KeepThePromise…

Arkansas AFL CIO shared United Mine Workers of America's post.
Press Release on the current status of legislation to protect health care benefits.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 27, 2017 Current status of legislation to protect health care benefits “Congress will pass a temporary, stop-gap funding bill today that will fund the government through May 5, 2017. It includes language that will extend your benefits through that date. We expect that the...

RT @MachinistsUnion: #FreedomDay: How the Machinists Union stood with South Africans to overcome apartheid #1u…

RT @NCStateAFLCIO: Jason Simons of Local 238, IBEW-Asheville, NC, talking sense about this nonsense amendment to WLOS ABC 13:... https://t.…

RT @SenCapito: It’s critical that Congress pass a permanent health care extension for retirees like these @MineWorkers who worked hard to p…

RT @SenCapito: Joined @MineWorkers retirees at the @uscapitol today to urge Congress to keep the healthcare promise made to these hardworki…

We stand with our Brothers and Sisters in Fort Smith. We hope that negotiations will continue and IBEW 700 members are able to return to work under a contract that is fair to these hard working Arkansans and their families. #1u #arkansaslabor
Exide Technologies in Fort Smith began an employee “lock out” Tuesday following an impasse in union contract negotiations with employee

Sec-Treas Jessica Akers Hughes will be talking all things Union on "Union Station" at 4:30 on KABF 88.3 fm. Tune in! We are going to start to take callers today!

Since starting last fall, students have read books about activism, marched on City Hall, and given testimony in favor of progressive environmental initiatives at public hearings.... The class originated, in part, from a climate justice resolution drafted by a group of activists, teachers, students, and parents, and passed unanimously by Portland’s school board in May.
Students learn about the front lines of global warming and how to be climate activists.