Senator McClellan calls for collective bargaining for city workers in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, writing, "Richmond can help secure a long-term workforce, and make sure its employees can afford to live in the city as well. This is an investment not just in our workers, but in our city’s long-term growth. It’s what’s best for Richmond; it’s what’s best for all of us. Let’s get it done."
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday passed a collective bargaining ordinance allowing county employees, such as firefighters, maintenance workers, mental health nurses and librarians to enter into collective bargaining with the county.
“On this Juneteenth, we’re celebrating home care workers, especially Black home care workers in Virginia. For centuries, we've been providing the high quality and skilled work that makes ALL other work possible!"
"Despite the immense obstacles that racism has created for us, Black workers have never stopped persevering, organizing and leading in Virginia. Those of us working in public service and home care have united in our union to grow an unstoppable, multiracial labor movement."