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AFSCME members provide the vital services that make America happen.
AFSCME members provide the vital services that make America happen.

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These anti-worker proposals are naked attempts to make it harder for workers to join together to seek better working conditions and improve the services we provide to the communities we serve.
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“Organizing still works, and as long as that holds true, people will continue to join unions.”
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“This decision is a tremendous victory for officers who got hurt doing their job, which is to protect the citizens of Bridgeport,” said Local 1159 President Charles Paris. “Through our union, we were able to right a wrong.”
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In 2017, the average CEOs of America's largest companies earned 312 times more than their typical worker, according to a report by the Economic Policy Institute.
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Anti-worker legislators in Wisconsin held a lame-duck session that will strip power from their incoming governor and attorney general and will hurt working families, robbing them of their voices. AFSCME members aren’t standing for it.
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Members of AFSCME Maryland Council 3 did some caroling outside the Governor's holiday party in Annapolis on Monday night and let Gov. Larry Hogan know their holiday wish is for him to come back to the bargaining table!
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More than 160 AFSCME members learned critically important union-building skills at a Volunteer Member Organizer Rise Up conference in Las Vegas last week. They immediately put their training to use, too.
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President Lee Saunders: “After the Janus case, public-service workers are choosing to join AFSCME at a much higher rate than those who drop.”
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Are you wondering if enrolling in AFSCME Free College is worth your while? It absolutely is. Just ask Robin Cartwright, an AFSCME member in Pennsylvania, who got a promotion at work by taking classes – for free – through the AFSCME Free College benefit. https://afsc.me/2BXZmx2
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Are you a student who believes in the power of organizing, in defending workers’ rights and supporting public services? If so, then you may be eligible to win a $5,000 Gerald McEntee Scholarship. The deadline is January 31.
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