Council 3 Updates

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Learn about 2020 Ballot Measures

There are two statewide “Questions” on the ballot this election year, Question 1 and Question 2.  Today we’d like to tell you abou

Outbreak at Largo MVA Prompts AFSCME Local 3655 Members to Speak Out

Last week, there was a COVID outbreak at the MVA branch office in Largo, Maryland.

Regional AFSCME Meetings

Join us for our next Regional AFSCME Meetings for October 2020.

BALTIMORE, MD – As of today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Janus v. AFSCME that we will no longer be able collect fair share fees on the basis of free speech. This decision will hurt millions of working families nationwide. This decision is not about “free speech” it is about blocking attempts by working people to make their lives better. While we are still working to interpret the decision, our fight ahead does not change. AFSCME Maryland will continue to fight for a fair raise, quality public services and safe staffing levels.
AFSCME Maryland President Patrick Moran released the following statement in response to an incident injuring eight staff today at the Victor Cullen Center in Sabillasville, Maryland: “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the wounded staff members and their families.”
AFSCME Maryland, the largest union for state and higher education employees, will march in the 18th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade in Baltimore City. This year, members representing dozens of state agencies from across Maryland will attend.
AFSCME Maryland President Patrick Moran today released the following statement in response to an independent arbitrator’s findings and recommendations on state employee rights and wages.
AFSCME Maryland Local 898 President Jeff Grabenstein released the following statement in response to an incident today at North Branch Correctional Institution in Cumberland during which two correctional officers sustained injuries.
AFSCME Maryland President Patrick Moran today released the following statement in response to the Department of Legislative Services’ spending affordability briefing.
AFSCME Maryland President Patrick Moran today released the following statement in response to a state audit of the Department of Juvenile Services which found that the agency lacked oversight for spending on youth care services.