Council 3 Updates

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WIN FOR WORKERS

WORKERS FIRST:  Join us June 3!

On Wednesday, June 3, working people from Maryland and the District

On May 20 leaders from AFSCME Local 1072 virtually sat down with the Senator and Delegates from Maryland District 22 (Prince George’s County) to discuss ongoing health and safety issues at the University of Maryland-College Park campus.
In response to the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, President Trump signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) which will be in effect from April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.

Bargaining Update: December 19th

One Session Left. 

AFSCME Maryland's elected bargaining team has met with Governor Hogan's representatives for the fourth time yesterday, December 18th. At this meeting, state negotiators proposed no real raise increase. 

Bargaining Update: December 11th Session

Our elected bargaining team met with management to discuss wages for the next fiscal year for Bargaining Unit A, B, C, D, F, and H.

Bargaing Update: December 5th Session

Today, our elected bargaining team met with the Hogan Administration for our second bargaining session over economic topics for bargaining units A, B, C, D, F, and H. 

The State offered no wage proposal for the second straight session.

Community Services in Crisis: Maryland Deserves Better

Everybody knows the lack of staff in our facilities hurts AFSCME members and the people we serve. The legislature knows and the people of Maryland know. We are fighting for our communities and the residents of Maryland. AFSCME Council 3 members and community allies called out the Hogan Administration’s staffing crisis in emergency joint hearings called by the Senate Budget & Taxation and House Appropriations Committees in Annapolis.

Below read a letter from Patrick Moran sent to all members about the impact of changes to Retiree Prescription Drug benefits for current employees.

Read more about the history of AFSCME Maryland advocacy for the best prescription drug benefits 

October 16th, 2019

Brothers and Sisters,