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    Contract Ratification Announcement!

    Contract Ratification Announcement...
  • Congratulations to Kim Covington on receiving the Dr. Jean Phillips award.

                        Congratulations to Local 2250's Health Services Executive Board Member, Kim Covington (in white), on being recognized for her support, dedication, leadership, and commitment to the children and families of Prince George’s County...
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    General Membership Meeting (Doors Open at 5:30 p.m.)

    General Membership Meeting Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at Largo High School 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (Doors Open at 5:30 p.m.) Ratification Presentation...
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    Contracts and Negotiations

    Click Here to Review our new contract....
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    Member Benefits

                                                                                                                                                                                    From professional development services to discounts at your favorite stores, ACE-AFSCME has got you covered!...
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  • Atlanta Workers Speak Up, Win Raises
    ATLANTA – The City Council voted overwhelmingly July 21 to approve a 3.5 percent pay increase for approximately 3,000 Atlanta city workers in public works, corrections, and parks and recreation, among other city services. AFSCME Local 1644 members were active in City Council speak-ins, and direct conversations with Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, reminding them of
  • Jeb Bush: ‘Phase Out Medicare’
    As Medicare celebrates its 50th anniversary July 30, the popular program continues to provide quality, affordable health care to seniors. It also is in its strongest fiscal shape in years thanks to the Affordable Care Act. So why does Republican Presidential candidate JEB! Bush want to “phase out this program?” That’s what he proposed July 23 at an event spo

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  • Legislative Session 2015: Pension Actions
    At the end of the 2015 legislative session, there was a great deal of confusion and competing information regarding Governor Hogan’s proposals around pension funding. Rather than release $68 million in school funding that the General Assembly overwhelmingly voted to appropriate to our schools, on May 14 the governor announced that he would instead redirect t
  • 2015 MSEA Summer Leadership Retreat
    This exciting leadership retreat is designed to build leadership capacity within our members, allow for great networking opportunities, and help build the overall strength of our state and local associations. Salisbury University1101 Camden Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21801 Registration Deadline:June 12, 2015

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