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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Afscme Local 2990 has an overall ZapScore of 67. This means that Afscme Local 2990 has a higher ZapScore than 67% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Woodward, Iowa is 37 and in the category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Pres. Lee Saunders on the delayed vote on the Senate health care bill: http://afsc.me/2sOp16O


@AFSCME launches campaign to honor Dr. King, 1968 Memphis sanitation strikers afsc.me/2ufwcmJ

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., lost his life in Memphis 50 years ago next April. To commemorate his life, and to honor the Memphis sanitation workers whose campaign for justice and dignity brought Dr. King to Memphis, AFSCME is launching a campaign of education and engagement.
AFSCME is launching a campaign of education and activism to commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the 1968 sanitation workers’ strike in Memphis.


Pres. Lee Saunders on the delayed vote: This is not a game; health care is a matter of life and death. #KillTheBill†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Announcing I AM 2018, a major initiative to honor the events of 50 years ago and connect the legacy of the Memphis sanitation strikers and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to current issues facing our nation. AFSCME Sec.-Treas. Elissa McBride introduced featured speakers AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders, COGIC Bishop Charles Edward Blake., Sr., U.S. Representative John Lewis (D-GA), LCCR Pres. and CEO Vanita Gupta and NFLPA Exec. Dir. DeMaurice Smith. Learn more: http://iam2018.org


Call your senators and tell them to reject the disastrous health care bill afsc.me/2tkoxHk

According to the Congressional Budget Office, the Senate health care bill would take away health care from 22 million Americans, or just 1 million people fewer than the House proposal. Click below or call your senators at 888-851-1916 and demand that they vote no.
AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders said the Senate bill, like the House proposal, is a “blueprint to decimate the health care system, to punish the sick, the elderly, the poor and middle-income people.”


RT @AP: BREAKING: Lacking votes, Senate GOP leaders abruptly delay vote on health care bill until after July 4th recess.


For many seniors, retirement gets more expensive if Senate’s health-care bill is passe wapo.st/2taea7Q?tid=ss…

AFSCME was live.
In 1968, Memphis sanitation workers went on strike to demand fair wages and safe working conditions. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. joined the strikers in solidarity and delivered his iconic “I Have Been to the Mountaintop“ speech at the historic Mason Temple. Dr. King was assassinated the following day. Join us Tuesday at 10 a.m. ET as labor, religious and civil rights leaders announce our 18-month initiative to honor the events of 1968 and connect the legacy of the strikers and Dr. King to current issues facing our nation.