I encourage you to vote this November 8. Your vote counts whether you are voting for a US Senator or the Mayor of your town. The candidates running for office make decisions that affect your paychecks and benefits. Many election are decided by a small number of votes. If you don’t vote, you don’t have a say.
With our champions in Congress, we have won monumental jobs-creating infrastructure investment, rescued troubled pension plans, empowered union organizing, strengthened Davis-Bacon prevailing wages, and secured prevailing wage standards for federal energy incentives and much, much more.
We need to keep a pro-labor majority in Congress, to protect our victories and build and st...
The following important documents are available for download:
- Annual Pension Affidavits for 2020 and 2021 - Status
- No Surprise Act – Impact on the Out-of-Network emergency services, air ambulance services and non-emergency services provided by Out-of-Network providers at In-Network facilities
- Over-the-Counter (OTC) at-home COVID-19 test kits
- Mental Health & Substance Abuse
- Vacation Payouts (once or twice a year)
- Retiree’s Prescription Coverage – Positive Enrollment
- Medicare Part B Enrollment Requirements
The Mike Quevedo Sr. Scholarship Fund has been awarding scholarships to children of the members of the Laborer’s Union in Southern California for the past 26 years. These scholarships are intended to assist these young people with the cost of their college education.
The scholarship fund honors the legacy left by Mike Quevedo Sr. who in 1926, at the age of 16, came to Los Angeles. In 1940, Mike, Sr. started his career in the construction industry and during World War II, he served as a labor relations representative for the Latino workers in the San Pedro shipyard. In 1950 he was elected to the Executive Board of Laborers Local #300 and was soon...