Standing in solidarity with hundreds of striking Kellogg's workers, 17 Nebraska State Senators, Democrats and Republicans, are urging the company to "do what's right."

As the walk-out in Omaha and several states enters its 10th day, the lawmakers have sent a letter to Kellogg's President and CEO Steve Cahillane urging him to compensate the workers for their ongoing dedication and hard work.

The letter goes on to say that Kellogg's continues to have "record profits and strong cash flow" even during the pandemic and current supply-chain issues.

In a statement to the media, the lawmakers note that many Kellogg's employees have been working 12-hour shifts, seven days a week to keep production moving while some of their co-workers have been sidelined with COVID-19.