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Connecticut can be a cold and hard place this time of year, particularly for victims of domestic violence.

The members of Local 1303-029 of Council 4 AFSCME, representing South Windsor school custodians and maintainers, donated $250 to the South Windsor Food & Fuel Bank.

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Bridgeport, CT, June 1, 2017 – AFSCME Local 1522, the union representing approximately 400 employees at the Bridgeport Health Care Center, is holding a press conference today at 3:30 p.m. to shine a spotlight on their mistreatment by owner/operator Chaim Stern.

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Hartford, CT, May 22, 2017 – The union representing state Judicial Branch and Criminal Justice employees today criticized the Malloy administration’s appointment of 13 Superior Court Judges – with an additional four to be nominated – in the middle of an economic crisis.

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April 26, 2017 -- Members of AFSCME Local 1214, representing employees at Charter Oak State College and the Connecticut Distance Learning Center in New Britain, presented a $750 donation to the Saint Francis Hospital Foundation in Hartford.

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Bristol, CT, March 20, 2017 — The union representing non-certified school employees in Bristol credited the Board of Education for making significant strides in improving labor-management relations and employee morale. 

Originally published in CT News Junkie, March 5, 2017.

March is Women’s History Month, when we honor the vital role women have played in shaping our country. It’s a time for recognizing the strides we’ve made on gender equality and for resolving to correct the injustices that persist.

By Rudy Demiraj
Published in CT News Junkie, Feb. 5, 2017

Listening to the constant attacks and criticisms of Connecticut state employees compelled me to write on behalf of the brave and courageous men and women who work alongside me at the Connecticut Department of Correction.

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New Britain, CT, Jan. 24, 2017 – The union representing North Branford town employees is critical of discussions that could lead to the outsourcing of dispatch operations to Branford.

Council 4 Executive Director Sal Luciano expressed doubt that shuttering North Branford’s dispatch center will provide savings or improve public safety.