Labor Caucus (United States)

The Labor Caucus of the United States was founded in November 2020 with the aim of expanding labor union power in the United States. The caucus supports measures such as the Protecting the Right to Organize Act that would expand union participation and make forming unions easier.

Labor Caucus
Co-ChairsMark Pocan (WI)
Donald Norcross (NJ)
Linda Sánchez (CA)
Steven Horsford (NV)
Tom Suozzi (NY)
Debbie Dingell (MI)
FoundedNovember 11, 2020; 21 months ago (2020-11-11)[1][2][3]
IdeologyLaborism
Political positionCenter-left
National affiliationDemocratic Party
Colors  Blue
Seats in the House
114 / 435
Of the Democratic Party Seats
114 / 220
Website
pocan.house.gov/laborcaucus

MembershipEdit

117th CongressEdit

Co-ChairsEdit

MembersEdit

Former membersEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pocan, Mark (25 November 2020). "Labor Caucus Announces New Co-Chairs".
  2. ^ Corbett, Jessica (13 November 2020). "Longtime Union Members Pocan and Norcross Announce Labor Caucus to Advocate for Workers in Congress". Archived from the original on 2020-11-28.
  3. ^ Day, Meagan (25 November 2020). "Congress Now Has a Labor Caucus". Jacobin.

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