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  • Atlanta AFSCME Members Beat Back Aramark
    Faced with the loss of their AFSCME-negotiated wages and benefits, and even their jobs, cafeteria workers at the Atlanta Public School District, members of Local 1644, persuaded school board officials this week to reject a bid by outsourcer Aramark to take over operations. The 450 food service workers, cashiers and managers who fought Aramark are currently e
  • Right to Work’s Racist Roots
    Wisconsin is the latest state where political extremists are pushing the right-to-work scam. By now we know that no matter how refined the arguments, the laws have one main goal: busting unions. But aside from the scam’s union-busting agenda, right-to-work also has a sordid racial past. Back in the early 1940s, Vance Muse was an oil lobbyist and ardent segre


  • Gov. Hogan’s State of the State
    As if cutting Maryland’s schools by $144 million next year isn’t enough, Gov. Hogan has now decided to support policies that would further harm our world-class public education system. In state after state, we have seen voucher schemes and the lowering of standards for the opening and operating of charter schools fail to be effective, and instead create mill
  • MSEA Statement on Gov. Hogan's Budget
    Larry Hogan campaigned on the need to change Maryland, but his budget shortchanges Maryland's students and schools. Gov. Hogan’s education cuts threaten the progress of our top-notch public schools, which are at the heart of what makes Maryland attractive to businesses and families. Gov. Hogan's $143 million in immediate school funding cuts—which a