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Illinois Worker’s Rights Amendment
Updated On: Sep 19, 2022

Illinois Worker’s Rights Amendment

IBEW members across Illinois have the opportunity to change our Constitution by voting in favor of the Illinois Worker’s Rights Amendment.  The Workers’ Rights Amendment will be the first question on the November ballot. A “yes” vote means you are voting to enshrine workers’ rights into our Illinois Constitution so we can become the state with the most robust protections for workers in the country.

The Workers’ Rights Amendment helps families by guaranteeing workers’ rights to organize and join together to collectively bargain for pay raises and safe working conditions.  It helps create good-paying jobs for all workers and also protects all Illinoisans, on the job and off. The Amendment ensures workers can speak out about dangerous situations that put all Illinoisans at risk without fear of retaliation from their employer.

As we saw with previous state, federal and local elections, all IBEW members are affected by decisions made at all levels of government through laws, regulations, judicial decisions and appointments.  By voting yes in favor of the Worker’s Rights Amendment, we can take control of our futures and prevent out of touch politicians from ripping our rights away from us.

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