Fill Congressional inboxes telling them to stop union busting!

IMPORTANT: This information should not be downloaded using government equipment, read during duty time or sent to others using government equipment, because it suggests action to be taken in support or against legislation. Do not use your government email address or government phone in contacting your lawmakers.

Last week, we made so many calls to Congress to stop anti-worker legislation that their voicemail boxes are full. So what’s our next step? Fill their email inboxes.

Click here to write to your lawmaker and tell them: vote NO on H.R. 1364, H.R. 1259, and H.R. 1461!
Combined, these three bills will take away our right to representation, steal the pensions of workers who use official time to represent us, and make it impossible for AFGE to stand up for our members and all government workers.

These laws will NOT make government more efficient. They WILL cost taxpayers more and leave members like us with no voice in the workplace, and far fewer protections against retaliation, discrimination, and other unjust personnel actions.

For more information on these bills and other ways to take action, click here. 

We must all work together to stop these bills now. Thank you for all that you do.

In solidarity,
AFGE

P.S. Legislation like this moves fast – are you signed up for our text messages so you can be ready? Text “AFGE” to 225568 from your personal phone (never your government phone) and answer the three questions to subscribe!

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