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February, 2014

February 2014 Executive Committee/Board Report

The report submitted to the executive committee and executive board for February 2014 can be found here.  Our next scheduled Caucus meeting will be on Saturday, cialis March 22nd at 8am in the Salem AFSCME office.

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A Caucus For, But Not Limited To ‘Conservatives’

I recently had a enlightened conversation with one of our caucus members regarding how hard it could be to globally define a ‘conservative member’ within our caucus.  This then led to how hard it would be for me to personally define ‘conservative’ and have it represent all context of opinions which we openly encourage in […]

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Lobby Day Cancellation

Due to the lack of significant union sponsored bills being discussed at the legislature, pilule the lobby day previously scheduled for next Friday February 21st has been cancelled.  Caucus leadership may attempt to put together something less formal in the future, order but for now we will plan on continuing with our scheduled meeting on […]

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AFSCME Works Winter 2014

I know that some of our members object to the more partisan articles written in the AFSCME works newsletters, decease but this issue has some great examples of the jobs that operate 24/7 in order to best serve the public.  One of the featured members is a corrections officer from Wilsonville.

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