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Retiree leaders from across the country attended the AFSCME Retirees Council meeting that was held on Sunday and Monday, ushering in exciting new changes while fortifying members

The Janus case was an attempt to deliver a knockout blow to millions of working people and their families who looked to the Supreme Court as an independent institution that advances equal

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We hope you and your family are safe following Hurricane Irma. While the winds and rains have passed, the hard work of putting our lives and communities back together is just beginning.

Many of you worked countless hours leading up to the storm and continue to do so. Your heroic work underscores that AFSCME members never quit on our neighbors and coworkers. This is not just a job, it is a calling, now more than ever.

We still don’t know where exactly Irma is going to land, but that’s exactly why you should be preparing now.  The 5 a.m. update from the National Weather Service spelled out what we all should know by now - the threat of impacts to Florida continue to increase.

One Friday, 70 Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts employees receive layoff notices before their workday is over. The very next Friday, those same employees receive notices that the layoffs have been cancelled, their jobs are saved and the services they provide are not being cut.

So what happened over that one week that resulted in $2 million in funding being found? AFSCME Local 199 happened.

AFSCME Florida Makes Donation to Aid Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Tallahassee – Today, as Hurricane Harvey continues to hit Texas and Louisiana with devastating rain and weather, AFSCME Florida announced a $5,000 donation to help those impacted by the storm. The donation to the non-profit AFSCME Fallen Heroes Fund will provide relief and immediate assistance to those who have fallen victim to this natural disaster.

Spread across more than 600 acres on two major campuses as well as several branch campuses and research facilities throughout South Florida and the Florida Keys, it has always been a challenge for coworkers to connect at Florida International University. And that has made it hard for AFSCME Local 3346 activists and leaders to communicate all the success they have had for their coworkers.