Minnesota child-care union would help kids
Ken Martin, Star Tribune
Everyone benefits if providers are given the right to form a union.
Statement of AFSCME Pres. McEntee on the June Jobs Report
“A Healthy Economy Is the Best Deficit Reduction Strategy”
Statement of AFSCME President Gerald W. McEntee on debt ceiling negotiations
Ordinary workers took extraordinary stand, made history
Hilda L. Solis, Secretary of Labor, Memphis Commercial Appeal
Memphis sanitation strike an important turning point in the fight for civil rights, workplace equality
NYC Parents Rally For Child Care
Thousands rallied outside of City Hall Wednesday in support of child care for working families.
Memphis Sanitation Strike Workers to Be Inducted into Labor Hall of Fame
Secretary of Labor to host ceremony on Friday, April 29, to begin induction of 1968 Memphis, Tenn., sanitation strike workers into Labor Hall of Fame
Workers Memorial Day
Statement of AFSCME President Gerald W. McEntee on Workers Memorial Day
California in-home services escape ax
Kevin Yamamura, Sacramento Bee
As they reduced the budget deficit, Democrats repeatedly emphasized the ideological sacrifices they'd made.
Countering the Siege
New York Times
AFSCME President McEntee on how attacks on public service workers have energized union members and our allies in a growing battle over workers’ rights.
Federal budget cuts hit health, labor, education hardest
PHILIP RUCKER, Dispatch Politics
More than half of $38 billion in spending cuts hit education, labor and health programs.
Is Early Childhood Education An Investment In The Future Or A Giant Waste Of Money?
The Business Insider
Advocates of early childhood education programs like Head Start often claim that the social benefits far outweigh the costs.
Quality First! Early childhood initiative in Arizona
Quality First! is a brand new but very important coalition to improve early care in Arizona funded by First Things First.
Child care bargaining is now Oregon state law
Under the watchful eye of children overseen by Oregon AFSCME-represented child care workers, Gov. Ted Kulongoski signs Senate Bill 788 into law on June 25.