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States and local governments have been cutting vital public services for years because of shrinking revenue and bad policy decisions. The report, Tax Fairness: An Answer to State Budget Problems, describes a financial crisis that could have been avoided – and can be fixed – by making our tax codes fair.
The 2015 legislative session is underway. Learn about the issues affecting our pay, pensions and health care.
There are a number of local and national scholarships available for AFSCME union members and their families.
IT'S SCHOLARSHIP TIME AGAIN! LOCAL 1303 WILL AWARD EIGHT $1,000.00 SCHOLARSHIPS THIS YEAR. AN ACCEPTABLE APPLICANT MUST BE A GRADUATING SENIOR WHO WILL ENTER AN ACCREDITED COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OR TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN THE FALL OF 2015. THE APPLICANT MUST ALSO BE THE CHILD OF A LOCAL 1303 MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING. APPLICATIONS MUST BE POST MARKED BY APRIL 15TH, 2015 TO BE CONSIDERED.
The 2015 AFSCME Women’s Leadership Academy will be held from June to December of this year.
Mark your calendars for the Council 4 Conference on April 17-19 in Mystic, CT. Our keynote speaker is AFSCME President Lee Saunders.
There will be an $.85 (eighty five cent) full time Local 1303 DUES INCREASE FOR 2015.
THE ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING FOR LOCAL 1303 WILL TAKE PLACE SATURDAY, 11/15/2014 AT 10AM.
Check out our new website to see how unions create an economy that works fairly for all of us.
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LOCAL 1303 IS MOVING FORWARD WITH 100% PAPER FREE QUARTERLY REPORTS.
IT'S SCHOLARSHIP TIME AGAIN!
ELECTIONS FOR DELEGATES TO BOTH THE COUNCIL 4 AND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS WILL BE HELD AT COUNCIL 4 ON MONDAY, MARCH 24TH 2014.
Effective January 1, 2014-December 31 2014, there will be a $.65 (sixty five cent) Local 1303 DUES INCREASE for FULL TIME EMPLOYEES.
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