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Put Seniors First Rally, 9/18/14

"Put SENIORS First" Rally

Stand up to GOP policies that hurt seniors.

Join us as we stand up for seniors. Thursday September 18, the “Put Seniors First” Rally at 1:30 pm on Capitol Hill. Help us protect Social Security and Medicare from benefit cuts, privatization and vouchers.  Click for


Farewell to Betty Pitt

It is with great sadness that we bid farewell to a long time friend and colleague. AFT-Maryland retiree, Betty Pitt, passed away on September 6, 2014. She will be greatly missed.

From her family:


Senate votes 79-18 in favor of Constitutional Amendment to Overturn Citizens United

In a strong bi-partisan showing, the US Senate on Monday voted to consider a constitutional amendment that would allow congress to regulate political contributions for an election. The proposed amendment would overturn the controversial 2010 Supreme Court ruling, commonly known as “Citizens United,” which granted corporations first amendment rights in contributing to campaigns.


Maryland State AFL-CIO announces endorsements for statewide office

At its executive board meeting on August 28th, the Maryland State AFL-CIO announced its endorsed candidates for statewide office for the 2014 general election. The announcement of these endorsements follows a relatively successful primary election season for labor in the state, in which nearly 90% of the AFL-CIO’s endorsed candidates won their party’s primary.


Labor Day 2014

Welcome to the Labor Day weekend!

All of us at AFT-Maryland and our Local affiliates wish you a happy and healthy holiday. We hope you'll join us in taking the day to recognize the hard work and dedication of Maryland's workers.

We also hope you'll take a moment to visit the AFL-CIO's Labor Day 2014 web page. They remind us that "despite our sweat, sacrifice and innovations, too many families are struggling to make ends meet.

This is not an accident. The rise in political and corporate attacks on working people has meant that wages have declined or remained stagnant. Good jobs are scarce, unemployment still is unacceptably high and the greedy few have rigged the game to reap the gains in productivity at the expense of the working people who made those gains possible."