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Informational picket at TruStone Finanical Credit Union Burnsville, MN

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Special Called General Membership Meeting

We would like to invite you to the Special Called General Membership Meeting on Oct 26th at 6pm where we will be reviewing the Constitutional changes. These changes are being brought forth to the membership to be voted on in the November General Membership meeting.

All members should have gotten an email. Please check your junk mail if you did not receive this in your email inbox.

Please register for the Zoom meeting here


Working partnerships helps union members

Working Partnerships provides assistance to union members and their families during layoffs, lockouts, strikes, or when union households experience medical, financial, and family emergencies. We connect our union sisters and brothers with emergency financial assistance, food support, connections to community resources, and advocate on their behalf with service providers, their creditors, landlords, and mortgage companies.



At last night’s executive board meeting we met with Julie Strahan who is running for Roseville City Mayor and currently serves as a city council member. After a very pleasant meet we learned that Julie’s values align with ours in protecting workers rights, getting safe and sick time for Roseville workers, fighting against wage theft and tax fraud, and she supports voluntary recognition of city staff who may want to organize. It is our honor to endorse Julie Strahan for Roseville City Mayor. You may read about her campaign at this link:


Raise money and bowl for workers rights! Form a team and download this form for information on how to sign up!

Tell Congress you support the Congressional Workers Union’s organizing campaign!

More than half of the members of Congress are millionaires. But their staff -- the people who run the actual day to day work, write legislation, and meet with constituents -- often work 60-70 hour weeks, but can’t afford rent in one of the highest cost-of-living cities in the country.

As a result, Congressional workers don’t represent America. To take a staff job for a member of Congress, a worker has to either be financially independent through other means (usually a wealthy family member) or willing to go on food stamps. The low wages and long hours contribute to the revolving door, as they trade their experience on the Hill for a high-paid lobbying gig.