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With former Vice President Joe Biden confirming his participation on Tuesday, the AFSCME-sponsored presidential candidate forum on Aug.

Today, the latest attempt by the Trump administration to repeal the Affordable Care Act will

The University of Minnesota Board of Regents recently approved their 2020 budget, which includes tuition increases, the possibility of health care hikes, and a wage increase that doesn’t do enough

This is a notice calling for nominations for the AFSCME Local 2822 offices of President, Vice-President, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Membership Secretary, (2) Chief Stewards, (4) Members-at-Large, (1) Trustee, and delegates to the Minneapolis and St. Paul Regional Labor Federations on WEDNESDAY, February 6 at 6:30PM, Minneapolis Central Library, Doty Board Room.

As AFSCME members, we’re committed to serving the public and giving back. This holiday season, AFSCME Locals around the state lived our union values by taking part in a variety of community giving programs. It’s just one more way we’re walking our talk: helping our neighbors, lifting up working families and strengthening the communities where we work and live.

Check out the new 2019 - 2021 AFSCME Local 2822 Contract!

Hennepin County AFSCME Locals have filed a class action grievance against Hennepin County for violating our 2016-2018 contract regarding performance raises.

We had a busy year in 2822! Here are some of our workplace victories from 2018 and ongoing struggles for 2019. Don’t see your area on the list and want to organize? Shoot me or a steward or officer in your area an email. We’d love to get to know you and work with you!

Health and Human Services:

No one should feel like work isn’t safe. But we have been hearing more from workers that they don’t always feel safe at work and they don’t feel like their concerns are being listened to. Many 2822 jobs have the potential to cause long-term physical harm. Many of us interact directly with the public with few boundaries.

I was driving past a park in Eden Prairie last week when I did something that happens to me often, especially over the past couple months: I thought of Dawn Lindgren, an Excelsior library worker who passed away in October.

Local 2822 had a busy 2018, take a look at the January 2019 issue of the A New Voice!