Add your name to the petition calling on the Governor and state legislature to do right by caregivers and care recipients by rescinding his proposal to both cut IHSS pay for tens of thousands of workers, and interrupt the continuity care tens of thousands of Californians need to survive!
Calling for worker safety, improved wages, and an end to deportations, May Day marchers will take to the streets in solidarity with immigrants, workers, and working class families. Thousands upon thousands will march in cities across California: Join us!
My brother cannot indicate his choices or interact with strangers. Knowing my brother’s health and well being would be placed at risk in the hands of a stranger, I made the choice to stay home, instead of going to college. It is a choice I would make again today.
By Beatriz Hernandez, Home Care Worker, ULTCW Executive Board Member On January 21, 2014, the Supreme Court will hear Harris v. Quinn, a case brought by the National Right to Work Committee, an extreme right-wing think tank. This case threatens …
Rep. Miller’s decision not to pursue re-election shows the growing strength of the voters who support an inclusive and open society, and the dwindling number of GOP representatives who believe they can stand in the way of comprehensive immigration reform.