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Take Action: Join AFT Pennsylvania In the Fight to Protect Education

The following is from AFT-Pennsylvania. On Monday, the PA House and Senate will return from the Memorial Day recess to pass a state budget, which is due by midnight, June 30. They’ll be in session all month. Budget bills and other legislation will move quickly, and AFT Pennsylvania will keep you up to date on bills that affect our schools and members. Read More

‘Right To Work’ is Wrong for Pennsylvania

Today, labor leaders from across the Commonwealth expressed their opposition to the so-called “Right-To-Work” legislation introduced in the PA General Assembly.  President Rick Bloomingdale and Secretary-Treasurer Frank Snyder were joined by union members from the public, private and building trades sectors, Tammy Geanangel (IUOE Local 66), Dean Showers (USW Local 6996) and Alison Ocmand (AFTPA).  Read More