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Education, Postal Service and Other Resolutions Pass at AFL-CIO National Convention

As the AFL-CIO 2013 Convention comes to a close, delegates passed a number of resolutions on Wednesday, including support for the U.S. Postal Service, reclaiming the promise of public education and improving the effectiveness of grassroots action in the labor movement, among others.

Resolution 28: Solidarity, Effectiveness and Accountability at the Grassroots: State Federations, Central Labor Councils and Affiliates

Resolution 29: In Support of the American Labor Museum [Amended]

Resolution 33: Gateway Pacific Terminal

Resolution 34: AFL-CIO Convention Resolution on Bipartisan Political Action

Resolution 35: Reclaiming the Promise of Public Education

Resolution 36: Addressing the Increasing Burden of Student Debt and Supporting High-Quality Public Higher Education

Resolution 37: Passing the Employment Non-Discrimination Act: Protecting America’s Workers

Resolution 39: Reject Any Attempt to Privatize the Tennessee Valley Authority

Resolution 40: A Postal Service for the 21st Century: Innovation and Growth, Not Downsizing and Decline

Resolution 42: National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Museum and Memorial 

Resolution 51: Resolution in Support of the Release of Oscar López Rivera

Resolution 52: Governor Corbett and Mayor Nutter's Attack on Philadelphia Public Education and Public Services

Resolution 53: Assuring Sound Priorities for New Labor Movement Strategies: Aligning Vision with Accountability and Fiscal Responsibility

See the entire list of resolutions passed at the convention.

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