Alaska Trooper Wins AFSCME Award, and Governor Takes Notice
Anne Sears won the Never Quit Service Award for her extraordinary service helping victims of domestic violence and of child abuse.
Bill Guaranteeing Health Coverage for Families of Fallen Officers Passes in Alaska
After three years of pressure, AFSCME members in Alaska persuaded the legislature to pass a bill that guarantees health benefits for the families of fallen officers.
In Memoriam – Kevin M. Haverly, Deputy Sheriff, Greene County, New York
AFSCME is mourning the loss of Deputy Sheriff Kevin M. Haverly of Greene County, New York. The 26-year-old lost his life, on duty, in a single-car traffic accident.
AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders on the Passing of Deputy Kevin Haverly
‘Just Do the Best You Can,’ Says AFSCME Never Quit Award Winner
CSEA’s JoAnne Veneziano, winner of an AFSCME Never Quit Service Award, “is a source of motivation and inspiration,” said co-worker Adrienne Herbst, who nominated her.
AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders on 2016 Election Results
AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders on the Passing of Sergeant Allen Brandt
Support Our Fallen Brother
When shots were reported in downtown Fairbanks, Sgt. Allen Brandt did what law enforcement officers do: He went toward the danger.
Outsourcing: Higher Costs, Inferior Services
Lee Saunders, President, AFSCME,
Huffington Post For decades, there has been a rush to contract out a host of functions traditionally provided by the public sector. Motivated largely by corporate greed, this outsourcing is also an ideological attack on honorable public service workers.
AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders on the Shooting of Police Officers in Baton Rouge
AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders on the Shooting Deaths of Police Officers in Dallas
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