Afscme Local 2990

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Afscme Local 2990
Afscme Local 2990 is listed in the Associations category in Woodward, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for Afscme Local 2990 which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Afscme Local 2990 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Afscme Local 2990 is:
113 S Main St
Woodward, IA 50276
(515) 438-2691
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VMO Strengthens New California Local As 6,000 New Members Join AFSCME afsc.me/2mA4CBf


RT @AFSCMEMN5: One @AFSCME member's firsthand experience: "Working in @corecivic prisons was dangerous:"' buff.ly/2mZaf7g


Stronger Together: AFSCME Council 65 Expands by 156 Workers in South Dakota afsc.me/2nh1VD3


Saunders: We Live In An Era of Scorn for Our Government Workforce afsc.me/2nNeNCv


RT @GOVERNING: At every level of government, "public employees' hard work is rewarded with pettiness and scorn" - @AFSCME's prez https://t.…

AFSCME has been selected to Partner with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to offer members a series of free, in-person financial education clinics called Your Money, Your Goals. We need your feedback to help us create a workshop to meet AFSCME members’ needs. Please complete this brief survey so we can help you get the most out of these sessions, and keep your family financially healthy. All responses are confidential.
AFSCME is planning to offer a series of financial education clinics designed to help you make spending decisions that can help you reach your goals, order and fix credit reports, avoid tricks and traps as you choose financial products, make decisions about repaying debts and taking on new debt, and…

AFSCME shared Lee Saunders's post.
“Working families, medical professionals, seniors and child advocates, and voters of all political stripes made themselves heard loud and clear: anything that dismantles the progress made under the Affordable Care Act is unacceptable.” – President Lee Saunders
It was obvious to the tens of thousands of Americans who flooded town halls and phone lines, and the majority of American voters who opposed the American Health Care Act, that this abomination of a bill was nothing more than tax giveaways for corporations and millionaires disguised as health care legislation. Working families, medical professionals, seniors and child advocates, and voters of all political stripes made themselves heard loud and clear: anything that dismantles the progress made under the Affordable Care Act is unacceptable. Any day the American people make their voices heard and fend off attacks on progress is a good day for democracy. We must continue to hold our leaders accountable to President Trump’s repeated promises to working families on health care: nobody loses their coverage, and no cuts to Medicaid or Medicare.
Saunders: We must continue to hold our leaders accountable to President Trump’s repeated promises to working families on health care.

Read the story of why one California member decided to become a volunteer member organizer (VMO) and help an out-of-town local with its organizing needs. Our union needs more VMOs like Betha Perez.
A California member describes why she decided to become a volunteer member organizer.

Congress delayed their vote on repealing the Affordable Care Act until today but made the bill even worse, stripping essential coverage like prescription drugs and maternity care. We can't stop now — our calls are working and we need to keep up the pressure to stop this bill. Call 877-363-6141 or to send a clear message: VOTE NO!
You may notice a certain group of people missing.

Bailey Childers of the National Public Pension Coalition tells politicians to stay away from pensions. “Pensions might look like a pot of gold to politicians right now, but they should go follow another rainbow if they want extra funds to pay state bills. Public pension funds need to stay right where they are.”
OPINION | "Politicians must be responsible and protect the deferred earnings of workers."