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We’re forming Dignity At Work Act state teams across the nation

As we build our national movement, we’re excited to announce teams in these states:

California
Florida
Illinois
Louisiana
Massachusetts
Michigan
Nevada
New Jersey
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Texas
Washington

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More than 30 targets and supporters testified in support of the Dignity At Work Act in Massachusetts

On June 22, 2021, more than 30 targets and supporters — the largest group of supporters of workplace anti-abuse legislation at a hearing in U.S. history — spoke in support of the Dignity At Work Act in front of the the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development.

Watch a 3-minute testimony reel.

Watch a 1-hour testimony reel.

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The Dignity At Work Act in Rhode Island passes the Rhode Island Senate

Introduced by Senator Frank Ciccone, the Dignity At Work Act in Rhode Island passed the Rhode Island Senate on March 9, 2021.

“I have been introducing similar legislation for many years and in today’s climate of accountability being brought upon harassers, bullies, and abusers, we must continue the social progress we have made and pass this protective legislation for all employees in Rhode Island.  Rhode Island workers deserve to have the Dignity at Work Act become law and I thank my colleagues in the Senate for supporting this important piece of workplace protection legislation,” said Senator Ciccone in a press release.

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New Facebook pages for state Dignity At Work Act efforts

Efforts are underway to introduce the Dignity At Work Act in all 50 states.

Join the movement to protect workers from abuse of power by liking your state’s Facebook page:

If you don’t see a bill director in your state and would like to introduce the bill in your state, email info@dignityatworkact.org for more information.

We’re mobilizing

Advocates from across the nation will connect on what the Dignity At Work Act is and how they can introduce it in their states.

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