We Need Labor Laws That Protect Our Right to Organize

In 2022, union membership grew by 273,000—an amazing feat in the face of multimillion-dollar union-busting campaigns.

But union density declined slightly, despite a 53% rise in union elections and high approval ratings of unions.

Because non-union jobs were added faster than we could unionize them.

This isn’t surprising. Workers face a stacked deck when they organize a union. And corporations know that stalling an organizing drive is an effective union-busting tactic.

So we have work to do. We’ll keep organizing. We’ll keep fighting until we have labor laws that protect our right to organize and hold union-busters accountable.

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