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Murray, Shuler join SWWACLC podcast to discuss PRO Act

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VANCOUVER, Wash. (May 3, 2021) — If you haven’t yet heard the Southwest Washington Central Labor Council’s podcast “Working to Live in Southwest Washington,” you need to check out their May Day edition featuring U.S. Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and AFL-CIO Secretary Treasurer Liz Shuler discussing the need to pass the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act.

The podcast, which features SWWACLC President Shannon Myers and Harold Phillips as co-hosts, welcomes Murray who explains why she is lead sponsor of the sweeping labor law reform bill and why she’s fighting so hard to get it passed. Then Shuler, a Pacific Northwesterner herself, takes a deep dive into the bill and what it will do for working people — whether they’re in a union or not — and explains how the PRO Act is more than just labor law reform, it’s also a civil rights and human rights bill.

Listen here or visit/bookmark the podcast’s webpage.

 

“Working to Live in Southwest Washington” brings working people discussions with newsmakers, labor leaders and everyday workers about the things that matter most to our day-to-day lives in Southwest Washington — and have some fun along the way! The SWWACLC reminds all working people in Southwest Washington, that this is THEIR podcast. Email podcast@swwaclc.org and let them know what you think about the show, and what you’d like to hear in future episodes.

“Working to Live in Southwest Washington” is a a proud member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network. Find more radio shows and podcasts that speak to working people about working people’s issues at www.LaborRadioNetwork.org.

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