American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101

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American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101
American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 is listed in the Labor Organizations category in San Jose, California. Displayed below are the social networks for American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 is:
1150 N 1st St
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 998-2070

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Hundreds of Facebook cafeteria workers join union afsc.me/2tIsztx


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RT @RepJimmyGomez: With this vote, Senate Republicans have begun the process of taking away health care from millions of Americans. https:/…


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AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders: Repealing and replacing ACA is both morally indefensible and deeply unpopular. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

AFSCME shared Lee Saunders's post.
The U.S. Senate has just moved one step closer to taking insurance away from tens of millions of people and gutting Medicaid, dealing a devastating blow to working families that would exact a steep human cost – all to pay for more tax cuts for the wealthy. Repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act is both morally indefensible and deeply unpopular. That’s why the Senate has done this in a way that has degraded the process – without hearings and without transparency, forcing a vote on the ‘motion to proceed’ before anyone knows what bill we’re actually proceeding to. This is not the end. With unrelenting grassroots pressure, we can still stop repeal-and-replace – and preserve a health care system that empowers and protects working people. EMTs, nurses like Pat Waller, home care providers like Paula Stinyard and other public service workers dedicate their lives to taking care of the sick and vulnerable. They won’t rest while Congress and the President try to put them at greater risk. AFSCME members are in this fight to the finish.
Saunders: With unrelenting grassroots pressure, we can still stop repeal-and-replace and preserve a health care system that empowers and protects working people.

“A Better Deal,” the Democratic Party’s new economic agenda, seeks to increase workers’ pay, reduce people’s daily expenses and provide workers with the tools they need to compete in the new economy. AFSCME supports this effort.
President Donald Trump’s failure to focus on the problems of working people have left a vacuum on economic issues that Democrats will try to fill with a new plan called “A Better Deal.”

AFSCME shared Lee Saunders's post.
I applaud Democrats’ commitment to building an economy that rewards working people and not just the wealthy and well-connected. Substantial investment in infrastructure, paid family leave and a higher minimum wage are all important policy goals that AFSCME enthusiastically supports. The best way to accomplish these goals is to promote the freedom of Americans to join a union and negotiate a fair return on our work. Unions provide the power in numbers that make better jobs, better wages and a better future possible. We encourage all lawmakers to make freedom to join a union a centerpiece of any economic agenda going forward.
Saunders: Unions provide the power in numbers that make better jobs, better wages and a better future possible.

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AFSCME shared Jobs With Justice's photo.
Tell Nissan respect its employees’ freedom to vote to join a union.
Will you stand with the working people at Nissan's Canton, Mississippi plant? Send a message to Nissan management today! http://on.jwj.org/2ttsREy #DoBetterNissan