Please read recent emails from Benefits Coordinator, Theresa McNamee. All members participating in the health insurance waiver program must resubmit their forms by the end of this week.
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Check Your Beneficiaries Last week's victory at the polls was tremendous! Thanks to the collective effort of unions across the state, we've protected our retirements for another 20 years! Members will have access to safe and stable retirements, with consistent payments for the rest of their lives. One thing the victory can not do, however, [...]
Can't read or see images? View this email in a browser Yesterday's overwhelming vote sent a clear message not only on the Constitutional Convention, but on our ability to organize, unite and exercise our power. This was a victory delivered by the hard work of union members and their friends and families across the [...]
One year in the making, HHHTA members, brothers and sisters across the state, unite to overwhelmingly reject a New York Constitutional Convention!!! Stay tuned for what comes next.
Support These Candidates! In addition to their many other roles, Suffolk County legislators play an important role in governing our local community colleges, including approving their budgets and contracts. Our sisters and brothers at the Faculty Association of Suffolk Community College have made the following endorsements for Suffolk County Legislature. Your support for these candidates [...]
Can't read or see images? View this email in a browser ConCon Vote Is Less Than a Month Away! Don't Let Up Now!!! The latest polls show that the numbers to defeat a Constitutional Convention are moving in the right direction. But with four weeks to go, the newest Sienna poll shows the number [...]
Can't read or see images? View this email in a browser NOVEMBER 7 IS ONLY WEEKS AWAY! With the Constitutional Convention vote rapidly approaching, here are a few really important updates and reminders... Make a Commitment! We're all way more likely to get things done when we actively commit to them by signing up [...]
Many Court watchers think it is a foregone conclusion that the Supreme Court will grant the cert petition in Janus v. AFSCME, and then overturn the forty-year old decision in Abood v. Detroit Board of Education. While I’m not willing to bet against that, it’s worth noting that to reach that result the Court would [...]
Labor Day was born in the late 19th century, during a time of raw fear about the path of economic development. Opportunities for decent, middle-class livelihoods seemed to be shrinking, and the “laboring classes” confronted a grim future of what many called wage slavery. Conservatives held most of the seats of power, but reform-minded politicians, [...]