2014 Joint Legislative Conference
Sponsored by the California Labor Federation and
State Building and Construction Trades Council
March 17 – 18, 2014 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel
Sheraton Grand Hotel (SOLD OUT!)
1230 J Street, Sacramento 95814
916-447-1700 or 1-800-325-3535
Room rate is $189/standard room
The Citizen Hotel
926 J Street, Sacramento 95814
Phone: 916-447-2700 or 916-492-4446
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$130 Registration (includes lunch & dinner tickets, plus materials).
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Monday, March 17th (Sheraton Grand Hotel)
9A – Plenary Session
10:45A – Overview of Labor’s 2014 Legislative Priorities
12:30P – Lunch Program
1:45P – Workshops
5:30P – Reception
6:30P – Dinner Program
Tuesday, March 18th
8:00A – Lobby Day: Join your Labor Council for lobby visits
CONFERENCE BRIEFING SESSIONS:
- Organizing: Our legislative work is about building power for workers. A briefing on how to use the state laws that our unions have passed to protect workers from immigration threats and support workers trying to organize.
- Healthcare: How Do We Save Job-Based Health Benefits? Come learn about ways to contain costs and maintain high-quality on-the-job health coverage for all workers.
- “Changing the Narrative”: A briefing on how labor can change the public perception of unions and go on the offense to build a progressive economic agenda for California.
- How to use the Labor Agency to best advocate for your members: This Administration has filled the Labor Agency with some of the smartest and most committed representatives. Come meet the new appointees and learn how best to advocate for your members.
- The State of California’s Infrastructure: A briefing on the status of water, school, high-speed rail and transportation infrastructure and how we can rebuild this economy through construction investments.
- Key 2014 Political Campaigns: Engage top political consultants and political directors in a discussion about statewide initiatives, legislative races and other important issues in the 2014 elections.