Organized labor registers objection to Democratic consultant


Organized labor is protesting the House Democratic caucus' decision to hire Wichita political strategist Levi Henry as their new political director going into the 2024 elections.

The Tri-County Labor Council of Eastern Kansas, which serves as an umbrella organization for various labor unions such as firefighters, roofers, pipe fitters and laborers, says it is reluctant to financially support the House Democrats because of Henry's hiring.

The Tri-County Labor Council, which represents union workers primarily in Johnson, Wyandotte and Leavenworth counties, expressed its disappointment about the decision to hire Henry in a letter sent early last month to . . .


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