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08/31/2017
 
Posted By: Council 93
Knives and other weapons have been smuggled into DMH facilities, and a few months ago a patient used a pencil or pen to stab two workers at Taunton State Hospital, according to Joanne Cooke, president of AFSCME Local 72, who has photos of weapons found on campuses and photos of the wounds staff suffered from the attack earlier this year.
08/23/2017
 
Posted By: Council 93
Now accepting nominations for the Council 93 Memorial Leadership Award. DEADLINE for NOMINATIONS: September 22, 2017: Awarded in memory of our late brother and sisters of Council 93, the award is given annually to a current member in good standing who through exemplary action or dogged determination, exemplifies the spirit of a true trade unionist.
08/21/2017
 
Posted By: Council 93
More than 350 current and retired members of AFSCME Local 851 in the City of New Bedford, MA are now sharing a total of $1.845 million in back pay that was illegally stripped from their paychecks in 2011 by the city's former mayor. "I think AFSCME did a great job, Cordeiro said. "They did all they could for us and they fought until the end. They stuck with us and didn't give up."

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We at Council 93 know how hard you work each and every day on the job. As your Executive Director and your President, we want to assure you that we are continuously striving to match your hard work by finding new, better and more efficient ways to provide you with the quality representation and service that you deserve. Read More
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