Improving the lives of all working men and women is what defines us, not one court case.
The Janus v. AFSCME case has always been a thinly veiled attack on the rights of all working people to join together and speak with one voice.
New York’s labor movement, with 2.5 million members, will remain strong. In fact, today’s decision will only make us stronger and more determined to fight for better wages, benefits, and conditions of employment, as well as for a brighter future for all workers and their families.
Click the image above to see a short video from NYS AFL-CIO President Mario Cilento on the Janus case.