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Stand together to shape the future of Florida

From exercising our voice at work to improve the lives of our coworkers to advocating on behalf of candidates and causes that impact us all.

AFSCME members across Florida are standing up and speaking out. We know we are stronger when we speak with a united voice so to make that as loud and as powerful as possible it takes all of us.

Big change comes from many small steps and one person can have a big impact. So be the change you want to see by taking part in AFSCME Florida actions and shape your future!

We know that our communities are safer, healthier and stronger when public service workers – people like our nurses, paramedics, 911 operators, teachers and sanitation workers – have the freedom to join a union and speak up together for their communities. But in 25 states they lack the freedom to negotiate for better pay, benefits and working conditions.

Email your representative: Cosponsor the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act.

By passing President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, we can make transformational investments in public services, create good union jobs, cut middle-class taxes, expand health care coverage and so much more. The plan will make significant investments in America’s physical and human infrastructure — everything from roads and bridges to child care and home care to lowering the costs of prescription drugs and improving Medicare — all by asking the wealthy to pay their fair share.

Join public service workers across the country encouraging their elected officials to support working families and invest in our communities.

Tell Congress: Pass the full Build Back Better agenda.  

AFSCME Retirees gave back to their communities through decades of hard work, but even in retirement they never quit. Strong pensions, Social Security and Medicare give us the freedom to enjoy our retirement. Public service retirees have the power to protect our retirement security. The first step is to join us!

Learn more: https://actionnetwork.org/forms/afscme-retirees-more-information