Chicago Taxi Drivers Demand Due Process
Frustrated by an unjust system that denies due process to taxi cab drivers cited for code violations, more than 400 members of Cab Drivers United (CDU)-AFSCME demonstrated this week outside the Chicago Department of Administrative Hearings (DOAH).
Chicago Cab Drivers Push Commissioner to Act
At a town hall held by the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection, cab drivers fought back eloquently against sweeping City Hall regulations passed two years ago that decimated their rights and income.
Atlanta Bus Drivers Win Raises, Full-time Positions
A year of activism pays off for members of AFSCME Local 1644, with an agreement that provides for across-the-board raises and fair pay for a 2013 dispute.
Celebrating Independence from Taxi Tyrant
Taxi drivers help oust abusive director in New Orleans
Chicago Cab Drivers Hail Union
For decades, Chicago's cab drivers have been voiceless. AFSCME's helping them fight back.
AFSCME Helping Chicago Cab Drivers Push For Greater Voice
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union is joining up with Chicago cab drivers to try to help give cabbies a stronger voice...
Owen County Highway Workers Call for Union Recognition
In deep red Indiana, county highway department workers clamor for AFSCME green
In Mudslide Recovery Effort, Value of Strong Community Services
Gov. Jay Inslee said he’s “immensely proud … to work with employees who care so deeply for the people they serve.”
Life Saver: AFSCME Member Glad to Be “In the Right Place at the Right Time”
“She came running out of the ditch pretty frantic… Her boyfriend was trapped in a car full of snow and he was having trouble breathing…”
In Indiana, a Cool Bonus for Icy Work
The decision by the Monroe County Council to award $1,000 to every member of AFSCME Local 1567 for the next five years recognized their extraordinary efforts this winter.
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