Working People Defeat Underhanded Recall Effort of Santa Ana City Councilmember Jessie Lopez

UFCW Local 324 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 20, 2023 Contact: Jenna Thompson, 949.246.1620, jthompson@ufcw324.org  Buena Park, CA – Today, the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 324 applauded the defeat of the underhanded recall effort to remove Santa Ana City Councilmember Jessie Lopez from office.  “This is an overwhelming victory for working families in […]

Orange County Planned Parenthood Workers Unanimously Vote to Join a Union in Their Own Free and Democratic Election

Workers at Planned Parenthood clinics across Orange County, California, announced that they have unanimously voted 32-0 to form a union with the UFCW Local 324

Yvonne Wheeler, Joni Ricks-Oddie and Southern California Grocery Store Workers Heat Up Fight to “Stop the Merger” During Busy Fourth of July Weekend

Local grocery store workers, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor President Yvonne Wheeler, Long Beach City Councilmember Joni Ricks-Oddie, and community members gather at Ralphs in Long Beach, and called on customers to “Stop the Merger”.

UFCW Local 324 Members Instrumental in Moving Policies Bettering Working People’s Lives

The United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 324 is proud to announce that all seven pieces of legislation the union is supporting passed their first floor votes and have moved onto the second house.

So Cal Grocery Workers, Asm. Lowenthal, and community urge people to say “Stop the Merger!”

Today, local grocery store workers, Assembly member Josh Lowenthal (AD 69), and community members rallied in front of Ralphs in Lakewood, calling to “Stop the Merger” and protect our communities

LB City Council Agrees Tax Breaks for Retail Cannabis Must be Shared

Long Beach City Council codified language into the city’s annual budget ensuring cannabis retail businesses that uplift workers, the community, and the industry will receive a lower tax rate. The decision came after workers pushed to ensure the incentives were directed to businesses that incentivize…