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(Left to right) AFSCME Council 5’s legislative representative Ethan Vogel, Local 66’s John Sundell and Local 151’s Cynthia Hassan offer legislators several ways to help the overburdened child protection system keep kids safe.
(Left to right) AFSCME Council 5’s legislative representative Ethan Vogel, Local 66’s John Sundell and Local 151’s Cynthia Hassan offer legislators several ways to help the overburdened child protection system keep kids safe.

Child Protection Workers Offer Solutions to Lawmakers


“We’re getting destroyed. Our caseloads are heavier. Children are less safe.”

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U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Anti-Worker Janus Case


Here's what you need to know - and how to fight back.

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Working people build power by uniting to elect a pro-worker governor in 2018.
Working people build power by uniting to elect a pro-worker governor in 2018.

Convention Preview 2017


Coming to Convention? Here's everything you need to know.

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Special Interests Try to Silence Workers


Janus v. AFSCME case is a right-wing assault against working people.

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Jen Davey (left) and Hilary Hintsala are two of the AFSCME Local 3558 members at Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center who provide services to women and children experiencing domestic violence.
Jen Davey (left) and Hilary Hintsala are two of the AFSCME Local 3558 members at Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center who provide services to women and children experiencing domestic violence.

Workers Help Break the Cycle of Abuse


Domestic violence 'is the root of a lot of evil'

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Friendly Competition will make 'Immeasurable' Difference


Locals are raising funds to help women & kids affected by domestic violence

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Keeping Your Job While Caring for Loved Ones


Paid family leave: that's the union difference

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Savitree Shrivbaran and Diane Shults, part of Walker's housekeeping staff, say workers pretty quickly realized "we wanted our union back."
Savitree Shrivbaran and Diane Shults, part of Walker's housekeeping staff, say workers pretty quickly realized "we wanted our union back."

Walker Workers are Thrilled to Regain a Unified, Stronger Voice


Housekeeping staff overwhelmingly approve bringing back voice in the workplace, union protections

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AFSCME Council 5 executive director Eliot Seide
AFSCME Council 5 executive director Eliot Seide

We Will Not Let Hate Win


Director’s Column - Stepping Up

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AFSCME member Anshitu Foge and field rep Nur D. Nur
AFSCME member Anshitu Foge and field rep Nur D. Nur

Worker Picks Up Phone, Dials For Respect


AFSCME member gets a quick response and empowering support from the new Member Action Center.