Labor officials laid out their 2007 legislative priorities Friday at a press conference. AFL-CIO President John Olsen said “we believe that our objectives will help all Connecticut workers and residents realize a more equitable share of the fruits of their labor.” AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Lori Pelletier said labor will be bringing back the captive audience legislation that would prohibit employers from disciplining employees who choose not to attend anti-union meetings. In addition, they will support a single-payer universal health care system, the clean contracting bill Gov. Jodi Rell vetoed three times last year, reforms to the 1993 workers compensation act, tax reform, and a requirement that would force the state to purchase goods and services from American companies. Click here to see the AFT-CT Eric Bailey’s video of Friday’s event.