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    As AFSCME members, we keep our neighborhoods safe and our streets clean. We keep our schools running well and our communities strong. And we never quit....
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    VIDEO: Quitters Don't As AFSCME members, we keep our neighborhoods safe and our streets clean. We keep our schools running well and our communities strong. And we never quit. Watch the video...
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  • AFSCME Workers Protests Lead to New Jobs, Lighter Caseloads
    St. Louis County, Minnesota will hire 30 additional workers in its Public Health and Human Services Department and Initial Intervention Unit, to help deal with staffing shortages and heavy caseloads, following protests by AFSCME Local 66 (Council 5) members. “We’re very happy that we’re getting new workers,” said Kelly Crow, a child protection social worker […]
  • Coups de Main to Lift up Louisianans in Their Time of Need
    “Coups de main” is a Cajun phrase that means lending a helping hand to community members in their time of need. AFSCME Volunteer Member Organizers (VMOs) recently had an opportunity to show their “coups de main,” by helping lift Louisianans in need in flood-ravaged Baton Rouge. Ina LaBorde, AFSCME Council 17 Council representative and her […]

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  • Sen. Madaleno, ACLU of Maryland, and Educators Call on Gov. Hogan to Withhold Funding for Private Schools
    Citing Governor’s Claim of “Declining Revenues,” Groups Ask for Transfer of Public Funding from Private to Public SchoolsFriday, August 5, 2016 Samantha Zwerlingszwerling@senate.state.md.us(908) 328-1161 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Bebe Verderyverdery@aclu-md.org(410) 889-8550 x106 This morning, Senator Rich Madaleno (D-Montgomery-District 18) joined ACLU of Maryland and the more than 72,000 educators of the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) […]
  • MSEA Statement on Gov. Hogan’s Political Decision to Withhold School Funding (Again)
    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 This morning, Gov. Hogan’s office announced he would be withholding approximately $80 million included in the General Assembly’s bipartisan FY2017 budget—including $25 million for public schools. This is the second consecutive year that Gov. Hogan has made the unilateral decision to withhold funding from schools; last year, he withheld […]

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