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    2015 Fall Pre-Retirement Planning Conference

    Registration for the Fall 2015 Pre-Retirement Planning Conference is now OPEN. Registration is required, click here to complete the online registration form. Please read the Fall Pre-Retirement Planning Conference Bulletin for additional details. When:  Saturday...
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    Hillary Clinton's Statement on Missouri Vote Blocking ‘Right to Work’ Law

    There were two important victories over damaging right to work schemes in Missouri and Oregon this week that I want to share with you. In Missouri, legislators failed to muster enough...
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  • "They’re trying to weaken our union"

    "They’re trying to weaken our union" Corey Upchurch, 36, is a school bus driver in Washington, DC, his hometown. He started his career in 1999, and became active with his union, AFSCME...
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    Maggots in Prison Food…Again

    Union Momentum Catching Public Eye Headlines across the country are pointing out the momentum that our union, AFSCME, and others are gaining. Why? Because Americans are fed up with the deck...
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  • Union Fees, Affirmative Action on High Court's 2015-16 Docket

    The power of the U.S. Supreme Court may reach into teachers' paychecks, union treasuries, and college admissions offices in the new term beginning next week. The biggest education case of the...

    INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE MSEA supports the International Day of Peace, coming up on September 21. Click here for a local newsletter/website article, as well as social media ideas, to help raise awareness and...


  • UC Contractor Faces Overtime Probe
    BERKELEY, Calif. – A longtime custodial contractor at the University of California is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Labor after former and current employees alleged the company is denying overtime pay to employees who provide essential services at the California Memorial Stadium here. Performance First Building Services has provided janitorial
  • AFSCME Mourns Loss of Wisconsin Leader Marty Beil
    The live, on-air interview with AFSCME union leader Marty Beil wasn’t even over and MSNBC host Chris Matthews could barely contain his glee. “You look like the real thing to me sir, I’d like to meet you some time,” Matthews said. Beil deflected the personal attention, and without hesitating pointed to the tens of thousands of protesters amassed behind him on


  • The 2015 MSEA Convention is Almost Here!
    Here are some reminders about MSEA's 148th Annual Representative Assembly and Convention to be held at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center on October 16-17.
  • MSEA Launches Back-to-School Advertising Campaign to Reduce Standardized Testing
    Maryland educators launched a statewide back-to-school advertising campaign to push for a reduction in standardized testing. The campaign—named “Less Testing, More Learning”—features ten teachers and education support professionals from across Maryland who share their firsthand experiences of how over-testing makes it more difficult for their students to lea

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