Council 3 Updates

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Retiree Prescription Drug Plan Changes: Understanding What Happened and Where We Are Now

Secretary Neall committed to visiting all MDH facilities and health departments in the coming months. He claims to be looking into issues but we’re tired of waiting for studies. It’s time for action. Our safety and our truth can’t wait.

Yesterday, July 25th, 2019 AFSCME Maryland met with upper management in the Department of Juvenile Services for the Annual Staffing Meeting required by our union contract to discuss staffing levels

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.
Following a judge’s order to hold Maryland Department of Health officials in contempt of court for their failure to provide beds to patients at state psychiatric hospitals, AFSCME Maryland is mobilizing to draw attention to the staff shortage at the Potomac Center in Hagerstown.
AFSCME Maryland President Patrick Moran today issued the following statement in response to plans by lawmakers to investigate the spike in assaults on state employees at Spring Grove, the state’s largest psychiatric hospital.
Community members, elected officials, patient families, AFSCME Maryland members and correctional officers from other states will gather for a press conference October 7 at 11:30 a.m. Attendees will demand action from Governor Hogan to address the conditions in many of the dangerously understaffed facilities in Washington County.