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Higher Ed Workers

Library Technicians, Systems Analysts, Food Service Staff, Custodial Staff, Office Specialists… This is just a small …

SEIU 503 Members Keep Pushing for Corporate Tax Reform

This week, legislators announced they will drop efforts to reform Oregon’s unfair and inadequate corporate tax structure. It’s a setback for Oregon’s school children, seniors and people with disabilities, whose interests took a backseat to corporate lobbyists aiming to keep

We Win for Oregon

Our fight is Oregon’s fight. When our union members fight for fairness and justice, all working Oregonians benefit. Here’s how:

Preserving health care for the poorest Oregonians – 2017

300,000 people were at risk of being kicked off the Oregon

Broken Promises: Report exposes widespread problems with services to people with developmental disabilities

Poverty wages and 90% turnover for Direct Support Providers put Oregonians with disabilities at risk

Group home workers and people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD) gathered at the Capitol on March 7 to testify about the looming crisis in …

Freedom Foundation has Spent Big but Failed in Oregon

In August 2015 amidst a sea of self-created hoopla, the Freedom Foundation announced they were crossing the Columbia from Washington to begin their effort to undermine working families in Oregon. They held a balloon-ridden press conference and declared, “…Remember today, …

Locked-out Albany steelworkers need our support!

SEIU 503 members know what “In It Together” means as they joined the picket line for Albany steelworkers who have been locked out of their jobs since August 14 of this year.

SEIU 503 retirees Nancy Greenman, Catherine Stearns and …

CAP members walk the walk for HIV/AIDS awareness and funding

Cascade Aids Project (CAP) SEIU 503 members are taking to the street once again, on the 29th AIDS Walk Portland, The Fields Park, Saturday, Sept. 12 – along with thousands of others in Portland – to raise awareness of …