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AFSCME Local 2700 is composed of three chapters, Contra Costa County, Contra Costa Superior Courts, and Moraga - Orinda Fire District




It is way past time Congress understood that women's issues are not an afterthought but are of critical importance to the economic health and well-being of our nation.


 

We asked AFSCME members to share their talent on stage at the 41st International Convention and the results were amazing.


 

TAKE THE BULLETIN BOARD CHALLENGE!

Social media and the web are hugely useful for communicating with our members, but don’t underestimate a bulletin board with timely and informative materials posted. AFSCME Local 146 in Sacramento County issues this challenge to all Council 57 activists to make your worksite bulletin boards a happening place!

Many thanks to Business Agent Karmen Ortloff and the Local 146 production team for use of this video.

 Read how to take THE CHALLENGE here.


 

We are proud to re-introduce the TIELINE newsletter.  Members will receive it  by email. Please, be sure you keep us updated on your current email address by contacting the Local's office.  read more


 

Robbie Ann White is President of AFSCME Local 2700, AFL-CIO, which represents approximately 1600 clerical and technical county employees in Contra Costa County.  Read more about Robbie.


 

This November, AFSCME will work overtime to support candidates who will protect collective bargaining rights, preserve retirement security, and ensure that every American has decent health care coverage.


 

Read between the lines, because Charles Koch's toxic vision for our country is still evident.


 

Rep. Paul Ryan keeps trotting out the same old plans to shred the U.S. safety net but calls it something else. His most recent scheme to cut anti-poverty programs comes with buzzwords like “innovation” and “flexibility,” but it’s the same tired ideas.


 

Opponents of labor unions were rubbing their hands gleefully earlier this summer when the Supreme Court ruled that home care workers didn't have to pay "fair share" fees. But our union is a testament to the power of collective action.


 

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