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City Union of Baltimore President Antoinette Ryan-Johnson met with Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby to discuss protections for members of the City Union of Baltimore. The issue at hand in this meeting was protection for Traffic Enforcement Officers (TEOs) and crossing guards. Members have come to President Ryan-Johnson with issues involving threatening and sometime violent altercations with citizens while doing their job. In an effort to bring relief to members, President Ryan-Johnson met with Baltimore’s highest prosecutor to get advice on how to bring justice to the perpetrators


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CUB Members can purchase tickets through the CUB Office
at 2117 N Howard St., Baltimore MD 21218.

Questions? Call us at (410) 962-1492.


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Local #800, AFT, AFL-CIO
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Office Hours have been extended to accommodate CUB members' work schedules

2117 N. Howard Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218


Efforts to privatize the water supply in Baltimore got more difficult as the leadership of the City Union of Baltimore and allies offered testimony and support for a city council resolution that would take the matters to the voters in November. CUB President Antoinette Ryan-Johnson addressed the council, reminding them of the value of public goods, both as a shared resource and also as a provider of stable jobs for city residents.

The privatization of a number of public goods and services have been ongoing in the modern age of deregulation. In efforts to shrink the size of government


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Today, judicial activists on the Supreme Court sided with corporate interest to weaken public sector unions by significantly reducing funding and creating incentives to erode Union membership with their ruling in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31. But, as always, we will stand firm against the headwinds of decades long, anti-union sentiment, because our members know: In unity there is strength.


The Maryland/DC Alliance for Retired Americans held a statewide meeting at the Baltimore Teachers Union. The group gathered to discuss a number of issues pertinent to members of the organization. Retirees from the City Union of Baltimore and the Baltimore Teachers Union made up a significant number of those in attendance. Retirees from other AFL-CIO unions including AFSCME and SEIU were also in attendance.

The group discussed a number of issues including health care costs as well as the upcoming Maryland election season. Members had a chance to review the AFL-CIO recommendations and