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  • Cab Drivers Host Health Care, Medicaid Fairs
    CHICAGO - With Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace deadlines approaching, Cab Drivers United/AFSCME Local 2500 partnered with Working America in January to host two health care fairs to help drivers sign up for health insurance on the ACA marketplace, or apply for Medicaid if they qualify. More than 100 drivers came out to the O’Hare DePaul campus, with th
  • DC 37 Takes Fight for City University Funding to Albany
    NEW YORK – AFSCME DC 37 took its campaign for adequate funding for the City University of New York (CUNY) to the state Capitol in Albany, calling on the Legislature to step up to the plate for higher education. “If you believe that higher education is a priority then you are going to have to fund it in the proper way,” DC 37 Exec. Dir. Henry Garrido declared


  • MSEA Elections Are Open Until February 19
    Who are you voting for in Election 2016? The voting period began on January 25 and will run until February 19. Cast your vote today!
  • MSEA Statement on Gov. Hogan's 2016 Education Proposals
    On January 27, Gov. Hogan's office released details on his 2016 proposals for education initiatives, including the same BOAST legislation he unsuccessfully introduced last year. Betty Weller, president of the Maryland State Education Association, made the following statement:

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