UFCW Local 400 members on Tuesday delivered hundreds of letters from West Virginia members “to our representatives in Charleston letting them know ‘right to work’ is wrong for West Virginia,” reports Local 400. Andon Monday, union members from across Virginia turned out in force at the Virginia General Assembly in Richmond “fighting hard for issues affecting working families,” Local 400 reported in the Wednesday Weekly. Top priorities included stopping the "right to work" constitutional amendment -- which would make "right to work" permanent in the state -- along with raising the minimum wage, giving undocumented immigrants the opportunity to get driver's licenses, and creating a fair redistricting process. For photos from the day's event check out the Virginia AFL-CIO Facebook page. More photos of the WV action on UFCW 400’s Facebook page.