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Ashcraft and Gerel 2018 Scholarship

The law firm of ASHCRAFT & GEREL, LLP, has always valued their connection with the Washington, DC union movement. In recognition of this special relationship, the firm established a Union Scholarship Program more than 30 years ago. We are pleased to honor this...

Instantwhip Drivers Join Local 1994

Drivers from Instantwhip - a company that delivers dairy products around the area - voted to join Local 1994 over the summer....

Laurie-Anne Sayles for Gaithersburg City Council

Local 1994 is proud to support Laurie-Anne Sayles for Gaithersburg City Council and hope you will bring your friends, family and neighbors to the polls and vote for her on Election Day, Tuesday, November 7. Laurie-Anne will be our champion for a vibrant economy full...

Local 1994 Officially Endorses Manno for Congress

Local 1994 has joined UFCW Local 400 and Local 27 in officially endorsing State Senator Roger Manno for Congress. Manno is running for the seat in Congressional District 6. "This fight for equality of opportunity is among America’s greatest challenges today," says...

Free College for Local 1994 Members & Families*

Enrollment Deadline is October 13! We are proud to bring meaningful benefits to every hard-working member of our union family. One valuable example of this is the UFCW Free College Benefit, which is accepting enrollment for Fall Semester II until October 13. The UFCW...

Montgomery County

Montgomery County Collective Bargaining Agreement Effective July 1

Montgomery County Collective Bargaining Agreement Effective July 1

Members are reminded that the new Collective Bargaining Agreement for Montgomery County Government employees will go into effect on July 1st. The new agreement is for two years. Highlights of the agreement include: A general wage adjustment Service increments for...

Members Lobby for More Staff

Members Lobby for More Staff

MC311 member activists met with Montgomery County Councilmember Nancy Navarro on April 20 to advocate for additional staff to be able to deliver the services that Montgomery County citizens deserve.

Council Unanimously Votes to Approve CBA

Council Unanimously Votes to Approve CBA

Congratulations! In a unanimous vote, the Montgomery County Council voted this morning to approve your new Collective Bargaining Agreement. In addition, in last week’s voting, you ratified the agreement by a 99% margin. Your solidarity has paid off. You should be...

GO Committee Votes to Approve Mont. Co. CBA

GO Committee Votes to Approve Mont. Co. CBA

This is what SOLIDARITY looks like. The Government Operations Committee voted to approve the Montgomery County Collective Bargaining Agreement today. You packed the room - and it definitely made a difference! Now, the vote goes to the full County Council on April...

PGCMLS

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Housing Opportunities Commission

HOC Members Get New Safety Shoes

HOC Members Get New Safety Shoes

HOC members picked out new safety shoes from the Shoe Van. Under the new contract, the value of the shoe vouchers was increased and eligible employees receive shoe vouchers each year.  

M-NCPPC

Tentative Agreement Reached on Wage Reopener for M-NCPPC

Tentative Agreement Reached on Wage Reopener for M-NCPPC

Congratulations! We have reached a tentative agreement on your wage reopener! The agreement calls for a 5% increase overall - 3.5% merit increase; 1.5% COLA effective in the first full pay period after August 1 and a top of grade lump sum of .05% effective on July 1....

Bill in State Legislature asks for Audit in Park and Planning

Bill in State Legislature asks for Audit in Park and Planning

There’s exciting news for our Park & Planning members: Delegate Ben Kramer has introduced a bill that would establish an Inspector General to oversee and do an audit of the commission. All the games the Commission has played with money, any waste in the budget, would...

Cumberland City Police

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Instantwhip

Instantwhip Drivers Join Local 1994

Instantwhip Drivers Join Local 1994

Drivers from Instantwhip - a company that delivers dairy products around the area - voted to join Local 1994 over the summer....

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LT Services

Workers at LT Services Win Local 1994 Representation Election

Workers at LT Services Win Local 1994 Representation Election

Workers at LT Services, a building services contractor to Montgomery County, recently won their bid for union representation with a resounding “Yes” vote, electing Local 1994 as their collective bargaining representative. “Yaaay! Ganamos gracias a dios ahora tenga el...

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AFSCME Submits Merits Brief in the Janus case

If facts, law and precedent matter, all nine Supreme Court justices should rule in favor of working people in the Janus case. https://goo.gl/KEJsF1

AFSCME today filed its arguments opposing the anti-worker Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 Supreme Court case.

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Trump To End Overtime Pay Rule For Workers

The Trump administration is officially going forward with its plans to roll back a new rule implemented by President Obama that would extend mandatory overtime pay to 4.2 million workers around the ... See more

The Trump administration is officially going forward with its plans to roll back a new rule implemented by President Obama that would extend mandatory overtime pay to 4.2 million workers around the…

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Congratulations to our newest brothers and sisters from Athena Consulting!
You voted overwhelmingly to accept Local 1994 as your voice on the job. After the NLRB certifies the results of yesterday's ... See more

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Protect Us From Voter Purges

Union members know all too well the obstacles voters can face in accessing the ballot box. Many of us have fought to get designated time-off to vote included in our collective bargaining agreements, ... See more

Just like freedom of speech and religion, the right to vote is not a use-it-or-lose-it proposition.

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