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Public service workers converged on the State Capitol March 24 to speak out and rally against a slew of anti-worker bills.
The 2017 state legislative session is underway. Find out what's happening at the Capitol and how you can help stop the attacks on our pay, benefits and future.
Get the latest state employee updates on pensions, health care and other related issues.
The Council 4 Conference is scheduled for March 31-April 2, 2017 at the Omni Hotel in New Haven. Registration and other information are available here.
Keeping our children safe is job #1. Your free child ID kit should help your peace of mind.
Read about the settlement of the state union coalition's lawsuit against former Gov. John Rowland and get an updated Q&A.
Use this site to find a wealth of Council 4 and AFSCME web-related resources, including our constitution, steward handbook, financial standards code and more.
The 2015 legislative session is underway. Learn about the issues affecting our pay, pensions and health care.
City workers in Bristol are standing up for quality public services as they take on ill-considered attempts to privatize operations.
Calling him "the only choice for the 99%," AFSCME announced Dec. 6 their endorsement of President Barack Obama for reelection in 2012.
AFSCME Corrections United recognized Local 391's Michael Whitehead as its national correctional officer of the year.
Hundreds of people thronged to the State Capitol Feb. 23 for our solidarity rally in support of Wisconsin workers fighting Gov. Scott Walker's attack on the middle class.
Delegates to AFSCME's 39th International Convention pay tribute to former Secretary-Treasurer William Lucy, a giant of the labor and civil rights movements.
Our members in New Haven are fighting the DeStefano administration's efforts to destroy good jobs in the community.
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