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Union activists expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court's decision to hear a lawsuit that seeks to curtail the right of public service workers to stick together and advocate for better public services and stronger communities.
AFSCME IVP Henry Nicholas knows the Charleston community well, having rallied workers and families in front of the Emanuel African Methodist Church during the historic 1969 strike by black workers at Medical College Hospital.
THE LOCAL 1303 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN! Read more >>>
JOIN THE 1303 E-BOARD AT 7PM ON TUESDAY, JUNE 9TH FOR THE MONTHLY MEETING.
Read about the settlement of the state union coalition's lawsuit against former Gov. John Rowland and get an updated Q&A.
Use this site to find a wealth of Council 4 and AFSCME web-related resources, including our constitution, steward handbook, financial standards code and more.
The 2015 legislative session is underway. Learn about the issues affecting our pay, pensions and health care.
There will be an $.85 (eighty five cent) full time Local 1303 DUES INCREASE FOR 2015.
LOCAL 1303 IS MOVING FORWARD WITH 100% PAPER FREE QUARTERLY REPORTS.
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