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Washington, DC
Saturday, February 24, 2018, 10:00 A.M.
Freedom Plaza,
14th St. and Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, DC 20004
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Join the Working People's Day of Action in Washington, DC. Thousands of working people and our allies will be standing up for our freedoms and demanding an end to the system that's rigged against us.

Stand with the Working People's Day of Action

On Saturday, February 24, stand with thousands of working people and our allies as we unite for our freedoms and demand an end to a system and an economy that's rigged against us by the wealthy and powerful.

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Feb. 26 is when the Supreme Court case called Janus v. AFSCME is being heard. Through this case, these wealthy funders seek to defund and destabilize unions and make it harder for us to speak up for our students, patients, families and communities.

Strong unions mean stronger communities, and workers need and want strong unions. That’s why on Saturday, Feb. 24, we’re standing together for a Working People’s Day of Action. There will be rallies all over the country, including one near you.

Will you join us on Saturday, Feb. 24?


City Union of Baltimore (CUB) President Antoinette Ryan-Johnson went to Annapolis to testify on behalf of her members and the employees of Baltimore City in support of a bill that would provide property tax credits to city employees who are among the lowest 25% earners. Ryan-Johnson’s testimony highlighted the number of city employees who would love to own homes in the city but simply cannot afford to do so. She mentioned the wealth creation that home ownership provides as well as how this bill could bring city employees priced out of the city back while allowing them an opportunity to own


Welcome Back CUB-R Members! 
Meeting to be held
Friday, January 19, 2018
10:30 a.m.
2117 N Howard St.
Witness the Posting of Our Charter!

Click here for meeting flyer.


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Liberal Leave for Non-Essential Employees at 1:30 p.m.
(Authorization is required)

Effective at 1:30 p.m., liberal leave is in effect for non-essential employees.  Non-essential employees must follow departmental leave request procedures.  Non-essential employees working afternoon/evening shifts should seek guidance from their immediate supervisors regarding reporting. Employees will be required to use accumulated vacation, personal leave, or compensatory time, or authorized leave without pay.

For the complete bulletin, click here, or on the image below.