Learn more about the differences unions make for working people. Use our fact sheet, letters of support from labor, women’s and civil rights groups to talk to your neighbors and representatives. Or, you can even write a letter to the editor on why Congress needs to pass the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act!

PSFNA Digital Toolkit
Share on social media why you support the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act.

AFL-CIO Legislative Alert
Labor stands united behind the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act.

Fact Sheet on H.R. 3463
This is why working families need the freedom to negotiate.

Section by Section on H.R. 3463
The House Committee on Education and Labor breaks down this legislation and what it means for working families.

Coalition on Human Needs Encourages Co-sponsorship of H.R. 3463
Organizations that serve and advocate for low-income and vulnerable people explain the critical role public employees and unions play to strengthen communities nationwide.

Women’s Groups Urge Passage of the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act
Learn how unions help level the playing field for women.

Leadership Conference Urges Support of H.R. 3463
Learn how unions play an important role in advancing civil rights.

Economic Policy Institute on H.R. 3463
EPI discusses how strengthening unions will empower working people.

Economic Policy Institute on the Cost of an Anti-Worker Agenda
In a case study comparing Wisconsin and Minnesota, EPI explores how workers and families do better in states that embrace pro-worker policies.

Center for American Progress: All Public Sector Workers Should Have the Right to Join a Union
All Americans should have the right to join a union and bargain collectively. CAP makes a case for those rights.


Watch these videos below to learn more about the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act.

About the Bill

The Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act would set a minimum nationwide standard of collective bargaining rights that states must provide, including allowing public service workers to join together and have a voice on the job to improve both working conditions and the communities in which they live and work.