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SHARED VALUES: A Report on AFL-CIO and Catholic Conference Activity in the State Legislatures

The Catholic Church and the U.S. labor movement share similar positions in several major policy areas, with each supporting a living wage for all who work, the right to organize in labor unions, and the protection of immigrants – even those who are undocumented. So we in the Catholic Labor Network wondered: how often do the two groups work on the same issues?

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Vatican Organizes International Conference of Union Leaders

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American and Mexican Bishops offer Joint Statement on Renegotiating NAFTA

Bishops in the US and Mexico have come together to issue a remarkable…