North Bay Labor Council, AFL-CIO


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Work together locally for Single Payer Healthcare

Attend an important meeting Thursday, March 25th, 7pm to 8:30pm to join together with Labor, Healthcare Professionals and Business to acheive Healthcare for All! 

For those of you new to this effort, HPEACE is an organization of Sonoma County health professionals advocating for social justice. HPEACE has chosen to partner with North Bay Jobs with Justice to expand our advocacy of single payer beyond health professionals to include labor and business groups in the North Bay.  

This is an attempt to broaden the membership of the working group to all organizations and individuals in the North Bay who are advocating for single payer, hoping to provide support, collaboration and shared resources. 
We hope you can join us at this critical time in the effort. 
For more information, please contact Terry Winter at [email protected] or (707) 480-2271

 Wages. Inadequate Healthcare. Chronic Disrespect Unreasonable Workload


Santa Rosa teachers earn $15,000 less in total compensation than the average educator in California. It is time to acknowledge Santa Rosa educator's hardships over the rising cost to live here with not just words of empathy, but with a reasonable offer at the table.  


It is time for SRTA members to stand up in solidarity with each other and rally to improve our students' learning and our teaching conditions. We need to win improvements to attract and retain the best educators for SRCS.  As we see around our country, and in our own state and county, when teachers unite and fight, we win.               [email protected]

#WeAreSRTA                    #ForwardNOTBackward

Recent News

SEIU members and supporters made some noise in front of and throughout the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Building today. Several hundred people showed up to rally for themselves and their friends.

 This is how we show our strength and solidarity. Workers standing together!

Here's a small amount of the energy created today

A Profile of Income and Racial Inequality, Poverty, and Low-Wage Employment 

North Bay Jobs with Justice released a report conducted by Jesus Guzman, MPP.

A four-year fight to expand overtime pay to millions of workers may soon be over. About 1.2 million workers will win and 2.8 million will lose.

The Department of Labor is scaling back an Obama-era rule that would have doubled the maximum salary for a worker to qualify for overtime pay, according to a proposed rule the agency sent to the Office of the Federal Register for public review.

The California State Labor Federation has released its “Force for Progress” legislative scorecard for 2018. The Labor Fed rates legislators on how they voted on bills dealing with such issues as strengthening the middle class, fighting sexual and racial discrimination in the workplace, affordable housing, infrastructure investment, protection of immigrant workers and many other bills put forward to protect workers.