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The QCFL serves Scott, Muscatine and Louisa Counties in Iowa and Rock Island, Henry and Mercer Counties in Illinois.
The QCFL consists of 73 union locals and affiliate organizations who represent 33,000 workers.
The purpose of the Quad City Federation of Labor is to build solidarity among unions and within our communities.
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- Even Ted Cruz not ready to support latest Obamcare repealSen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said on Sunday that he’s yet in support of the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal the the Affordable Care Act because his concerns about health care premiums have not yet been addressed. Cruz’s comments were made during a discussion with Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith before an audience at the Texas Tribune […]
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- Despite evidence to contrary, Cory Gardner says Obamacare repeal is not about his donorsSen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) went on CBS’s Face the Nation on Sunday and tried to defend his position on the Graham-Cassidy bill, the latest GOP health bill before the Senate, saying he’s voting yes for patients who see high-cost coverage rather than the Republican donors who have a stake in repealing current health law. Asked by […]
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- Sen. Susan Collins all but says she’ll vote against latest Trumpcare billSen. Susan Collins (R-ME) told CNN’s Jake Tapper on State of The Union on Sunday that “it’s very difficult” to envision a scenario where she would vote for the latest Obamacare repeal bill, dubbed “Graham-Cassidy.” She said she will definitively decide Monday, after the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) releases its preliminary estimates on the bill. But Sen […]
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- Watch the stunning contrast between how Trump and Obama talk about Colin KaepernickThe gaping chasm between the approach of the 44th and 45th presidents is hard to miss. But sometimes it’s easy to forget how different things were just a year ago. If you need a refresher, just listen to the two presidents discuss Colin Kaepernick. Donald Trump built his campaign by exploiting racial grievances and has continued […]
- NFL and NBA players are responding to Trump — and they aren’t mincing wordsIt’s September 23, 2017, and the president of the United States has gotten himself into a Twitter war with LeBron James. At a rally in Alabama Friday night—purportedly to support Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) in Tuesday’s special election—President Trump criticized Colin Kaepernick and other players who have taken a knee during the national anthem. “Wouldn’t [… […]
- UPDATED: Goodell forced to respond after Trump launches vicious attack on NFL playersDuring a speech in Alabama to support Sen. Luther Strange, who faces a special primary election next Tuesday, President Donald Trump veered into an extended rant on the NFL, largely targeting football player Colin Kaepernick and other athletes who took a knee during the national anthem to protest racial inequality. “Wouldn’t you love to see one […]
- Even Ted Cruz not ready to support latest Obamcare repeal
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