We might already have a thread going about this Pro Act but I didn't find it.

WASHINGTON—Challenging the Democratic Party to live up to its pro-worker utterances, the Communications Workers formally asked the party to withdraw support from the seven incumbent U.S. House Democrats who voted against the Protect the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, the most far-reaching pro-worker labor law reform bill in decades.

But if recent actions of top House leaders and their Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC)—the party body CWA President Chris Shelton targeted—are any indication, the Dems’ answer is “no.”

Instead, the party is going to support incumbents, even if they vote more like Republicans, as one, in particular, Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, does.

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka has already made it clear those Democrats—Cuellar, Lucy McBath of Georgia, Joe Cunningham of South Carolina, Kendra Horn of Oklahoma, Ben McAdams of Utah, Stephanie Murphy of Florida, and Kurt Schrader of Oregon—will not get workers’ endorsements or help this fall.