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Tell Your Lawmaker: Vote No on H.R. 1461

H.R. 1461 impacts federal workers’ workplace rights’. If passed, the bill will effectively eliminate official time for all federal employees and cut retirement benefits for employee representatives. This bill will be voted on soon. 

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  • Click here to email your lawmaker

When the Representative’s office answers, tell them this:

“Hello, my name is _____, and I’m a member of the American Federation of Government Employees from [Your City, State]. Please tell the Representative to vote NO on H.R. 1461. This bill does nothing to improve government. It is simply an attack my rights at work and my ability to provide quality service for the people I’m proud to serve. Thank you.” 

Call on your lunch and use your cell phone.

Don’t call on duty time or with a government telephone. 

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Refinancing Your Mortgage:

AFGE members can use the Union Plus program to refinance and benefit from low rates and  unique union protection. AFGE families that refinance their mortgage with an AFGE Union Plus® Mortgage provided by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage will receive a $500 My Mortgage GiftSM award from Wells Fargo after closing.*

Parents and children of union members are also eligible for Union Plus mortgages.

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CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE … TELL THEM  

                                                                               “VOTE NO”

 

 

H.R. 1259

UNION "YES"

 

Now is an important time to be an AFGE member, and we’re not alone in thinking so!   

At the end of January, AFGE welcomed 1,138 new members to our union family. That puts us at 311,180 members, another record high!    

With every new member at AFGE, our voice gets louder and we strengthen our position at the negotiating table – whether that table’s in Congress, at the White House, in our communities, or at the agency you work at.    

“This is a continued testament to the growing strength of our movement,” said AFGE President J. David Cox Sr. “I am so grateful to each and every one of you for helping to grow AFGE and help our membership every day.”     

Are you an AFGE member?    

If you’re not, join now. If you are already a member, ask your co-workers to join AFGE now

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AFGE will keep you connected on upcoming Legislative Agenda. 

Text “AFGE” to 225568 and start receiving text alerts to the attacks on federal government employees by Congress.

We’re just now out of the first week of January, and we’re already seeing attacks on federal workers rolling in at an unprecedented pace. If something isn’t done soon, working people may soon have little to no rights at work, no representation, and be open to losing their job at the whim of a politician. 

Enough is enough, and we need to demand that Congress stop using federal employees as the easy target. 

Sign up today and Stay Informed. 

 

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Employees with Mobility Impairments

KNOW YOUR CONTRACT!

 

Article 31, Section 3. G. Employees with Mobility Impairments

 

During emergency conditions, employees with disabilities, whether temporary or permanent impairments, may be unable to report to work.  Management may grant excused absences even when their respective office is open.

 

Other Weather Delays or Absences..

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CONTACT YOUR REPRESENTATIVE

CONTACT YOUR REPRESENTATIVE