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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989
Maine State Employees Association, SEIU Local 1989.
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Chellie Pingree Mar 19
Nearly 40% of Mainers could lose health insurance if the ACA’s pre-existing conditions were rolled back. We can't return to when a diagnosis of asthma or simply being a woman meant you couldn’t get covered. leaders have ensured that won't happen. Thank you!
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Ben Bragdon Mar 19
Today's editorial: "The disgusting statements made last week on the Maine GOP Twitter account were not a surprise, nor were they a mistake — Isgro is just doing what he has always done."
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Troy Jackson Mar 19
In other health care news today, signed LD1 today, which will ensure Mainers have basic patient protections, such as coverage for preexisting conditions. Proud of our work but I know we have a lot more to do!
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BJ McCollister Mar 19
BREAKING: signs President ’s bill, An Act To Protect Health Care Coverage for Maine Families. LD1 ensures Mainers have fair access to affordable healthcare, including extending protections to Mainers with preexisting conditions.
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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989 Mar 19
Congrats Paul and welcome to public service!
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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989 Mar 19
Executive Branch Bargaining Team Demands State Address Recruitment, Retention and Low Wage Work with Three-Part Wage Proposal.
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MSEA-SEIU Local 1989 Mar 19
Sign-on to our letter to Governor Mills: Respect Public Service!
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Chellie Pingree Mar 18
Our nation endured a reckless 35-day shutdown because President Trump couldn't get Mexico to pay for his campaign promise. Now he's trying to take funding away from congressionally-approved projects in . This is clear executive overreach!
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Maine AFL-CIO Mar 15
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Maine AFL-CIO Mar 14
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MECEP Mar 14
When unions are strong, our whole economy benefits. Increased rates of unionization bring: ✅ Higher wages ✅ Smaller racial and gender pay gaps ✅ Reduced economic inequality Read more:
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MECEP Mar 14
Replying to @MECEP1
While unionization doesn't completely erase gender and racial pay gaps, women and people of color in unions face significantly smaller wage discrimination.
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MECEP Mar 14
Replying to @MECEP1
In an economy that works better for the wealthiest and big corporations than it does for the average worker, legislators in Maine should seize opportunities to strengthen and expand workers' right to organize.
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MECEP Mar 14
Replying to @MECEP1
Unions support a stronger economy, even for nonmembers. As unionization has declined, income inequality has skyrocketed. More unions = less inequality.
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Maine AFL-CIO Mar 14
Jim Seymour, adjunct professor & AFT member, urges support for the right for public sectors to strike. “We need the strength to go to the university and say that this pay inequity between full time and adjunct instructors is enormous: 3 to 1.”
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Maine AFL-CIO Mar 14
Controlling Our Power from Maine, Not from Spain!
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Maine AFL-CIO Mar 14
Jason Shedlock, executive director of the Building Trades Council, urges support for LR to make sure when we’re spending State $ on construction projects that jobs pay good wages with benefits.
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Maine AFL-CIO Mar 14
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Maine AFL-CIO Mar 14
Labor Lobby Day is underway!
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James Myall Mar 12
🤒 Young workers get sick 🤒 Seasonal workers get sick 🤒 Part time workers get sick 🤒 Workers in small biz get sick They all deserve the right to earn
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