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Local 830, the Agricultural Weights & Measures Inspectors Employee Representation Unit, has passed an important new state law with the strong backing of Council 36 and AFSCME’s Sacramento office. AB 1175, which was signed by the Governor on September 26, prohibits the state Secretary of Agriculture from entering into contracts with L.A. County for agricultural inspector services unless 75 percent of associate inspectors are permanent employees. Read more >>>
Every vote helps us gain huge wins for all of us. Here is District Council 36's state and local endorsed candidates and measures for November 2014!
Get out the vote for PEOPLE-Public Employees Organized to Promote Legislave Equality-on November 4th! Here's a complete list of AFSCME statewide positions.
We've recently launched the #TurnOutForWhat campaign on Twitter and Tumblr. People across the country are sharing why they're turning out to the polls on Nov. 4.
AFSCME Sponsored AB 634 Gets Governor Brown’s Signature; ADDA Can Assist Its Members in Protecting Confidential Personal Information
Governor Brown has signed into law AB 634, a bill sponsored by AFSCME and lobbied heavily by the ADDA. Assembly Majority Whip Jimmy Gomez (D – Echo Park) authored the bill, which makes it easier for public safety professionals (such as DDAs) to protect the confidentiality of their home address and telephone number.
This new video features Local 127 President Frank Pitarro (City of San Diego employees) announcing an innovative joint labor-management program in the City of San Diego that gives workers the opportunity to create new budget savings and to win cash prizes for successful initiatives.
Council 36 and Countless Labor Allies Endorse Sheila Kuehl for Board of Supervisors.
In a major victory for tens of thousands of workers employed by the City of Los Angeles, the Employee Relations Board (ERB) on July 28 effectively nullified an unlawful “two tier” pension policy that the City adopted in 2012 and unilaterally implemented.
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