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    10:04pm
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    OHSU House Officers Union advocates for residents and fellow physicians as we provide safe, high-quality care to patients throughout Oregon. Our union will insist that OHSU invests in its house staff in ways that materially improve our livelihood, our health, and our ability to provide excellent patient care.
     
    OHSU House Officers Union advocates for residents and fellow physicians as we provide safe, high-quality care to patients throughout Oregon. Our union will insist that OHSU invests in its house staff in ways that materially improve our livelihood, our health, and our ability to provide excellent patient care.
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    7:29pm
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    We focus on what unites us: wages, benefits, job security, working conditions, outsourcing, and collective bargaining.                                                       
     
    We focus on what unites us: wages, benefits, job security, working conditions, outsourcing, and collective bargaining.                                                       
     
     
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    *Election Day is August 6 – Don’t Miss It.
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    *Election Day is tuesday, November 5 – Don’t Miss It.
     
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    7:28pm
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    7:28pm
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    7:12pm
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    No workforce has more at stake in decisions made by elected officials. That’s why we support candidates who support public workers.
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    No workforce has more at stake in decisions made by elected officials. That’s why we support candidates and issues that support public workers.
     
    Union members decide who our union endorses by interviewing and evaluating candidates.
     
    Union members decide who our union endorses by interviewing and evaluating candidates.
     
    We don’t tell members who to vote for; instead, we tell members which candidates are better on state employee issues.
     
    We don’t tell members who to vote for; instead, we tell members which candidates are better on state employee issues.
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    7:03pm
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    *619-640-4939**
     
    *619-640-4939**
     
    *Email Us*
     
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    abosler@afscme127.com
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    mvergara@afscme127.com
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    6:42pm
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    Join our Facebook Local 3142 for up coming events
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    Join our Facebook group for Local 3142 for news and upcoming events
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    6:29pm
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    THE ROTH INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT PLAN ------------------------------------------
     
    THE ROTH INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT PLAN ------------------------------------------
     
     
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    NEW FOR 2014! Modern Woodmen of America is a member-owned fraternal financial services organization.
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    Modern Woodmen of America is a member-owned fraternal financial services organization.
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    Based in Rock Island, Ill., Modern Woodmen has a chief representative in Lakewood, Wash.
      
     
    It was added to the WFSE/AFSCME Members Only Benefits program to extend its retirement savings program to WFSE/AFSCME members.
     
    It was added to the WFSE/AFSCME Members Only Benefits program to extend its retirement savings program to WFSE/AFSCME members.
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    *Representative of Modern Woodmen available for “Lunch & Learn” meetings to provide educational information to WFSE/AFSCME members about saving for retirement and Roth Individual Retirement Account (IRA) opportunities.*
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    Based in Rock Island, Ill., Modern Woodmen has a chief representative in Lakewood, Wash. They are available for “Lunch & Learn” meetings to provide educational information to WFSE/AFSCME members about saving for retirement and Roth Individual Retirement Account (IRA) opportunities.
     
    All plans are approved for payroll deduction. Please direct all inquiries or questions to:
     
    All plans...
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    5:39pm
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    5:39pm
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    AFSCME Local 189, as part of the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) has filed a demand to bargain with the City of Portland. We will discuss the bargaining team at the General Membership meeting tonight, 5:30 @ 6025 E Burnside - dinner and childcare provided. 
     
    AFSCME Local 189, as part of the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) has filed a demand to bargain with the City of Portland. We will discuss the bargaining team at the General Membership meeting tonight, 5:30 @ 6025 E Burnside - dinner and childcare provided. 
     
    Only a few folks can participate at the table, we will announce the table delegation after the meeting tonight. More importantly, we need your input at the bargaining committee - a group that meets to draft contract proposals and help the table delgation prioritize. Make your voice heard, come to committee. 
     
    Only a few folks can participate at the table, we will announce the table delegation after the meeting tonight. More importantly, we need your input at the bargaining committee - a group that meets to draft contract proposals and help the table delgation prioritize. Make your voice heard, come to committee. 
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    UPDATE: The table delegation Rob Martineau, Kim Gates, Wendy Heckard, John Duran and Iana Spada.
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    UPDATE: The table delegation includes Rob Martineau, Kim Gates, Wendy Heckard, John Duran and Iana Spada.
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    5:39pm
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    AFSCME Local 189, as part of the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) has filed a demand to bargain with the City of Portland. We will discuss the bargaining team at the General Membership meeting tonight, 5:30 @ 6025 E Burnside - dinner and childcare provided. 
     
    AFSCME Local 189, as part of the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) has filed a demand to bargain with the City of Portland. We will discuss the bargaining team at the General Membership meeting tonight, 5:30 @ 6025 E Burnside - dinner and childcare provided. 
     
    Only a few folks can participate at the table, we will announce the table delegation after the meeting tonight. More importantly, we need your input at the bargaining committee - a group that meets to draft contract proposals and help the table delgation prioritize. Make your voice heard, come to committee. 
     
    Only a few folks can participate at the table, we will announce the table delegation after the meeting tonight. More importantly, we need your input at the bargaining committee - a group that meets to draft contract proposals and help the table delgation prioritize. Make your voice heard, come to committee. 
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    UPDATE: The table delegation Rob Martineau, Kim Gates, Wendy Heckard, John Duran and Iana Spada.
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    5:37pm

    Monthly local association meeting.

    1602 S. Park St.
    Madison, WI

    6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

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    5:34pm

    Paula Lukaszek is a plumber at the University of Washington and was elected to her first full term as treasurer in 2019 at the AFSCME Council 28/WFSE 48th Biennial Convention. She’s in her third term on the Council 28 Executive Board. She believes in being fiscally responsible and using our members’ dues money to help locals with their issues and concerns.

    Lukaszek became a Council 28 member in 2003. She is president of Local 1488, serves on the council's Higher Education Policy Committee, and is chair of the Skilled Labor and Trades Committee. She is an active shop steward and a visible voice for workers at the University of Washington.

    Lukaszek continues to work full time at the University of Washington while fulfilling her duties as treasurer.

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    5:29pm

    Tracy Stanley has worked in Information Technology Customer Support at Lower Columbia College (LCC) in Longview for 18 years. She is in her third term as Council 28 secretary. Her passion is fighting for workers’ rights and for economic, social, and political justice.

    Stanley has been president of Local 1400 (Kelso/Longview) for the last 10 years, is the chief shop steward at LCC, and has been elected to the Community College Coalition bargaining team for a fourth round. She is chair of her local’s grievance committee and is a delegate for the Higher Education Policy Committee.  Tracy has served as a member of the Council 28 Executive Board and on multiple committees, including Board Structure and Governance, Communications, Executive Committee, Health and Safety, Member Connection Center, Statewide Grievance, and Technology. 

    Stanley continues to work in IT full time while fulfilling her duties as secretary.

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    5:25pm

    Andrea Vaughn was elected vice president in 2019 at the AFSCME Council 28/WFSE 48th Biennial Convention. She believes that worker power comes from numbers and that mentorship, education, transparency, union growth, and strong contracts are all critical for a successful movement. 

    Vaughn moved from her hometown of Portland, Oregon, to the state of Washington in 2011, where she became an attendant counselor and Local 341 member at Fircrest Residential Habilitation Center. After gaining experience in state service, Vaughn transferred into a Community Services Office (DSHS/ESA/CSD) as a Financial Service Specialist III (now known as a Public Benefits Specialist III). 

    Vaughn became an active member of Local 948, serving as a shop steward and local president. She organized “lunch and learns” and other actions to engage her co-workers around contract negotiations.

    Vaughn has served as a Council 28 Executive Board member, Human Services Policy Committee vice chair, and co-chair of the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

    Vaughn is a birth doula and a football player.  She lives with her partner and two boys in Everett. 

    Per the collective bargaining agreement, Vaughn will continue in paid status at DSHS while fulfilling her full-time role as council vice president.

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    5:08pm

    Mike Yestramski was elected as president in 2019 at the 48th AFSCME Council 28/WFSE Biennial Convention. He is a leader in the fight for fair wages and safe workplaces for all Washington state employees, and through multiple roles, he has demonstrated his commitment to empowering working people in the labor movement.

    Mike Yestramski started his public service career as a homeless outreach social worker in Baltimore, Maryland. He later became a forensic social worker at Spring Grove Hospital in nearby Cantonsville, where he joined AFSCME Local 266, Council 3.  With his wife, Cathy, Yestramski moved to the state of Washington in 2013. He joined AFSCME Local 793, Council 28, while working as a psychiatric social worker at Western State Hospital.

    Yestramski has been the Local 793 lead shop steward, the Legislative and Political Action Committee chair, the Progressive Caucus chair, an Organizing Committee member, and a Council 28 Executive Board member. Yestramksi also served as a volunteer member organizer (VMO) in Washington and in Nevada, where he helped state employees in their campaign to gain collective bargaining rights.

    In 2018, he addressed the 43rd AFSCME International Convention on the topic of organizing and building a strong union in a right-to-work environment.

    When not fighting for the rights of working people, Mike enjoys training in Brazilian Jiujitsu, weightlifting, and hiking with his wife and their miniature dachshund, Trixie.

    Per the collective bargaining agreement, Yestramski will continue in paid status at Western State Hospital while fulfilling his full-time role as council president.

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    4:55pm
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    Prior to joining Oregon AFSCME, David spent six years with AFSCME International's Communications Department where he oversaw strategic communications on internal/external organizing campaigns, legislative/policy fights, and political campaigns. Originally from the midwest, David managed political and progressive advocacy campaigns in Wisconsin for a decade before joining the labor movement. David graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2005 and lives in SE Portland with his dog Dexter.
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    4:45pm
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    AFSCME is the union that honors solidarity without conformity, drawing each member’s story into a force of experience and commitment that can’t be ignored. That’s how we win better lives for ourselves, our families, and our communities. For people proudly committed to public service, we never quit.
     
    AFSCME is the union that honors solidarity without conformity, drawing each member’s story into a force of experience and commitment that can’t be ignored. That’s how we win better lives for ourselves, our families, and our communities. For people proudly committed to public service, we never quit.
     
    Here in Washington State, we represent 45,000 state and public employees.  
     
    Here in Washington State, we represent 45,000 state and public employees.  
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    WFSE’s purpose is:
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    To organize and empower individuals to create a powerful collective voice.
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    To respond to the needs and directions of the membership.
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    To achieve and maintain excellent wages, benefits, and working conditions.
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    To ensure the union is a positive force in workers’ lives, families, and communities.
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    To unite the WFSE Locals of AFSCME for mutual protection and advancement of workers.
     
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    4:34pm
    Prior to joining Oregon AFSCME, David spent six years with AFSCME International's Communications Department where he oversaw strategic communications on internal/external organizing campaigns, legislative/policy fights, and political campaigns. Originally from the midwest, David managed political and progressive advocacy campaigns in Wisconsin for a decade before joining the labor movement. David graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2005 and lives in SE Portland with his dog Dexter.
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