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Recall Campaign Launched Against State Representative Paul Holvey. “Voters in Holvey’s district deserve a representative who will prioritize their well-being, and they will have an opportunity to express their dissatisfaction with Holvey’s representation.” - Dan Clay, President UFCW 555

Tigard, Oregon – United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555 has announced the launch of a recall campaign against State Representative Paul Holvey (D – Eugene). As the largest private sector labor union in Oregon, UFCW 555 is committed to protecting the rights and interests of its members and the working class.

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Hillsboro, Oregon – On January 5, 2023, UFCW Local 555 was notified that the NLRB is charging New Seasons with having committed multiple Unfair Labor Practices (ULP) leading up to the election, and that those ULPs should be grounds for overturning the election. A hearing has been scheduled for April 18, 2023, to process the NLRB charge against New Seasons.

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Paystub envelopes. Quote "Victims are being pushed into a financial hole that can take months to crawl back out of.” Dan Clay, President, UFCW 555

Tigard, Oregon – Fred Meyer and QFC have not been issuing paychecks to workers correctly. In some cases, workers aren’t receiving their full paycheck, and some are not receiving a paycheck at all. UFCW Local 555 is using its normal grievance process to make sure its members receive remedies for the harm they are suffering. Because these employers are likely

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