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TWU Urges No On Prop 22

Proposition 22 gives greedy corporations power to strip basic protections from workers and turn good jobs like ours into non-union, low-pay, no benefit “gig” jobs. That’s why TWU is recommending a NO on Prop 22. 


Corporations like Uber and Lyft are spending over $180 million to pass Prop 22. They want to misclassify their workers by creating a special exemption in the law to eliminate protections like paid sick days, avoid paying a dime for unemployment insurance, Social Security and Medicare. 

This measure also strips gig workers of their right to join a union forever. No rights. No protections. No union.


That’s the future gig companies want for their workers. That’s why tens of thousands of drivers at Uber and Lyft are organizing against this terrible measure. They see the future of worker exploitation in their industry and are urging all of us to stand with them in voting NO on Prop 22! 


It’s time to take a stand against corporate greed. We can’t allow some of the wealthiest corporations in the world to buy an election just so they can strip away labor rights. 

Click the link to get involved and take the pledge to Vote No on Prop 22.

Tell Your Elected Leaders to Support the Cabin Air Safety Act of 2019

How safe is the air you're breathing when you fly? 


You may have seen several stories about diverted aircraft from all airline carriers in the US and abroad in the news recently because “toxic fumes.”  

Federal legislation has recently been introduced in the U.S. Congress to address this issue. The Cabin Air Safety Act, sponsored by Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Representative John Garamendi (D-CA), would help set our cabin air on a path to being healthy and safe. TWU fully endorses this important bill as a first step to ensuring our cabin air is healthy and safe.

Will you send a letter to your elected official asking them to endorse The Cabin Air Safety Act of 2019? Click here to get started. 


Thanks for your support!

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