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AFSCME is committed to helping you get the student debt relief you deserve.

The 2022 AFSCME Council 93 Memorial Scholarship winners were recently announced. Each year, the AFSCME Council 93 Memorial Scholarship Fund provides five individual one-thousand dollar ($1,00

For nearly forty years, the harmful and unjust Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and Government Pension Offset (GPO) have robbed millions of retirees of tens of thousands of dollars in hard-earn

The AFSCME International Executive Board has adopted the attached resolution addressing the current COVID-19 pandemic and its impact. AFSCME is hard at work implementing the comprehensive resolution.

The resolution calls for:

As an Environmental Health Specialist in the City of Manchester, NH, there's not much in the public health arena that Local 298 member Karen Sutkus hasn't seen or done.

As public employees continue to put their lives on the line every day while most of the country shelters safely at home, newly-filed legislation in Massachusetts would provide retroactive time and a half compensation to ALL PUBLIC EMPLOYEES who are required to work outside their home during the state of emergency period declared on March 11.

The legislation (House Docket 4970) was filed by State Representative Tackey Chan and already has 36 co-sponsors.

Dear AFSCME Member:

Last week, I wrote to thank you for continuing to deliver the vital services you provide as we work through this global public health crisis, and to seek your input on how we can continue to address your needs.

Before the announcement early Wednesday of an unprecedented $2 trillion deal to combat the coronavirus pandemic, AFSCME President Lee Saunders and three front-line workers put pressure on federal lawmakers to come through with a robust aid package for state and local governments so they can rebuild decimated public services.

Dear AFSCME Members:

As you and your AFSCME Brothers and Sisters continue to work during these unprecedented times, I want to take moment to thank you for all that you are doing to help our states and communities move through this public health crisis.

The coronavirus aid package that cleared Congress is just not good enough for public service workers. That’s the takeaway message from AFSCME President Lee Saunders.

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) emerges in the United States, many AFSCME members are and will continue to be on the front lines caring for and transporting those afflicted with the virus. Workers in emergency services, health care, child care, educational institutions and many others may come in contact with people who’ve contracted the coronavirus, putting themselves at risk.