The House is likely to vote on the Protecting the Rights to Organize (PRO) Act.
We’re asking you to help us urge all House members to vote “yes” when it comes up for consideration.
TAKE ACTION: Tell your member of Congress to vote “yes” on the PRO Act
The PRO Act (H.R. 2474), introduced in May by House Education and Labor Committee chairman Bobby Scott (D-Va.) and cosponsored by 215 Democrats and three Republicans, would amend the National Labor Relations Act to broaden workers’ rights to strike and unionize.
Machinists Union International President Robert Martinez Jr. recently wrote lawmakers a letter urging them to pass the PRO Act.
Congressional lawmakers say the legislation would drastically improve worker protections. That includes provisions such as:
Passage in the House would advance the legislation to the Senate for consideration.