The PAC will raise money for federal candidates who back greater arts funding, expanded health care coverage and workers' rights.
Actors’ Equity Association has condemned Tennessee’s new legislation restricting drag performance, urging theaters in the state to “join us in rejecting it entirely and lobbying for its elimination.”
There is now more opposition to Tennessee's new drag law. This time from a union representing more than 51,000 people who work in live theatre.
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The PRO Act includes several measures that fight back against union-busting tactics by employers and strengthens the National Labor Relations Act.
The move marks Equity’s first endorsement for political candidate in the state of Pennsylvania.
Equity’s public policy priorities include a prevailing wage in the arts, racial justice, a strong minimum wage, stronger federal and state arts funding, and more.
Equity’s public policy priorities include defending and protecting the right to collectively bargain, a prevailing wage in the arts, racial justice, and more.
The move marks Equity’s first endorsement for political candidate in the state of Maine.
Introduced by Senator Anthony Portantino (D – Burbank), Senate Bill 1116 was cosponsored by Actors’ Equity Association and the Theatrical Producers of Southern California.
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