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From changetowin.org/about-us/who-we-are.html Change to Win was founded in September 2005 by seven unions and six million workers devoted to building a movement of working people. We are uniting workers in industries such as hospitality, construction, retail, food processing, healthcare, and trucking and transportation, among others.

The seven affiliated unions are:

Last modified Feb 15, 2011
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... each link for past coverage) Change to Win, Demos, Campaign for Americas Future, Planned Parenthood, the Center for American Progress' Campus Progress, AFSCME, Brave New Foundation (Brave New Films), Sierra Club, Progressive States Network, Code Pink, Economic Policy Institute, DailyKos, People for the American Way, Center for Economic and Policy Research CEPR, and the Institute for Policy...

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Change to Win, AFL-CIO join to push immigration "reform"; ditching big business; labor commission - 04/14/09

... Effort" (link). The AFL-CIO and the Change to Win federation (which includes the Service Employees International Union) have joined forces to push comprehensive immigration reform, aka amnesty. This is a continuation of the plan that was outlined in Soros-funded Democratic immigration push might ditch business interests involving a commission to manage future immigration levels. The unions want...