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Winter Newsletter-2020

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Lawmakers warned on pension fund for retired state workers

State lawmakers have been given the starkest warning to date about the health of the pension system for state government employees: The fund faces a …

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State and Local Workers See High Value in Their Jobs Despite Stress, Survey Finds

Despite high levels of stress on the job, many state and local workers say they highly value serving the public and their communities and feel …

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AFSCME Supports Bill to Restore Voting Rights Protections

The 1965 Voting Rights Act worked. In the years and decades that followed its implementation, the law helped minority voters make their voices heard, especially …

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Caught in Limbo: AFSCME Member Struggles with Student Loan Forgiveness

As a public librarian for the Philadelphia Free Library, Sheila O’Steen embodies what we think of when we imagine a public service worker. Every day, …

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