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  • Judge Rules Local ‘Right to Work’ Illegal
    A federal judge has ruled that a Kentucky local government meddled illegally in efforts to undermine workers’ rights, passing a so-called right-to-work ordinance. These types of ordinances are pushed by anti-worker organizations like the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Twelve local jurisdictions in Kentucky have passed such ordinances
  • California Home Care Providers Win Overtime Pay
    After years of advocating to improve the standard of care for California home care clients, In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) providers began to receive overtime pay and pay for travel time and medical accompaniment time from the State of California – for the first time ever. Until this week, caregivers did not receive basic labor protections under the Fair

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  • 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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