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In 2018, the Ohio AFL-CIO Delegates adopted 17 resolutions. Each resolution was submitted by an affiliate organization and approved by the Resolution Committee of the Ohio AFL-CIO before being read on the floor and moved for adoption. All 17 resolutions were passed. Click on title of resolution for PDF download.

Resolution 1

In Memoriam: Submitted by Ohio AFL-CIO Executive Board

Resolution 2

Keeping The Promise To Miners and Widows: Submitted by United Mine Workers of America

Resolution 3

Pass The Butch Lewis Act: Submitted by Alliance For Retired Americans

Resolution 4

Preserving Exclusive Representation: Submitted by AFSCME Ohio Council 8

Resolution 5

Infrastructure Investment Key To Good Jobs: Submitted by Ohio State Association of Union Plumbers and Pipefitters and Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans

Resolution 7

Support Medicare For All, Single Payer: Submitted by National Nurses United

Resolution 8

Safety Protections In The Workplace: Submitted by United Steelworkers District 1

Resolution 9

Support A Living Wage: Submitted by The Central Ohio Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Resolution 10

Working Families Need Paid Sick Days and Paid Family Leave: Submitted by Coalition of Labor Union Women and United Food and
Commercial Workers Local 1059

Resolution 11

Support For The Boycott of Reynolds American VUSE E-Cigarettes: Submitted by Farm Labor Organizing Committee

Resolution 12

International Trade: Submitted by United Steelworkers District 1

Resolution 13

Supporting Humane Immigration Policies: Submitted by United Steelworkers District 1

Resolution 14

Paycheck Fairness: Submitted by The Coalition of Labor Union Women

Resolution 15

#NeverAgain: A Call For School Safety: Submitted by OAPSE/ AFSCME Local 4

Resolution 16

Prioritizing Organizing and Growth of Affiliate Unions: Submitted by IAM & AW District Lodge 54

Resolution 17

Remove British American Tobacco Directors From Ohio State University Advisory Council: Submitted by Farm Labor Organizing Committee

These resolutions will be in effect until the 2018 Convention where new resolutions will be passed.

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