Maryland expands collective bargaining for state workers
As the Maryland General Assembly session came to a close in April, legislators passed a bill that gives state workers in four previously excluded executive departments collective bargaining rights already enjoyed by their sisters and brothers in the state service. AFSCME members across the state worked with Gov. Martin O’Malley as he led the charge to get this critical expansion of workers’ rights through the legislative process.
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