Annual Night in Annapolis
MONDAY MARCH 24TH 2014
COLLEGE AVE. AT ROWE BLVD
BE SURE TO WEAR YOUR AFSCME GREEN!
AFSCME Supports Raising Minimum Wage
MARYLAND NEEDS A RAISE - AFSCME Maryland Council 67 rallied in Annapolis Monday Feb 1st to support Governor O’Malley’s initiative to raise the minimum wage. Maryland’s minimum wage is currently just $7.25 per hour, roughly $15,000 per …
AFSCME LOBBY NIGHT
AFSCME LOBBY NIGHT IN ANNAPOLIS
EVERY MONDAY NIGHT JAN 27TH – MAR 24TH
* SPEAK WITH YOUR LEGISLATORS ABOUT ISSUES IMPORTANT TO YOU!
* SUPPORT RAISE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN!
* STOP JOB CUTS IN BALTIMORE CITY!!
RAISE MARYLAND’S MINIMUM WAGE!
We are fighting for a progressive bill!
Raise the minimum wage to $10.10 by 2016
Index the minimum wage to the cost of living
Boost the pay of tipped workers from 50 to 70percent of the minimum wage
AFSCME Next Wave Co-sponsors 5th Annual Toy Drive
AFSCME Next Wave is co-sponsoring the 5th Annual Toy Drive at the Du Burns Arena in Baltimore, MD from 6-9pm along with Zion Baptist Church. We will be collecting toys for children ages newborn to …
Happy Labor Day AFSCME!
On behalf of the officers and members of the AFSCME Maryland Council 67, we honor the hard-working men and women whose sacrifices built this great nation. Thanks for keeping our Union strong!
Labor Day is …
STAND UP Baltimore’s Families First!
City Council is considering a bill that will advance the Mayor’s plan to give tax breaks to the ultra-rich at the expense of the working-class families and the vital services they use in Baltimore.
We need …
In the Fight for Justice – It Is Time to Stand Our Ground
Washington, DC — AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders issued the following statement today after the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial:
“AFSCME is calling for the Justice Department to immediately conduct an investigation into the civil rights …
Protect Our Pension
The mayor introduced a bill that would make public employees pay 1 percent of their salaries into the pension system per year for the next five years so that by 2017, workers would contribute 5 …
AFSCME Statement On Correctional Officers
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, June 06. 2013
AFSCME Statement on Correctional Officers:
“No one depends more on the integrity of a correctional officer for their personal safety than a fellow officer.
AFSCME members look forward to working with …