LOCAL 4041 NEWS

Thursday February 28, 2019, the AFSCME Retirees Chapter 4041 hosted a Legislative Reception featuring Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak.  Other attendees included Lt.

Nominations for the 2019-2020 AFSCME Retirees Nevada Chapter 4041 officers will be entertained at the General Membership Meeting scheduled for March 21, 2019 at 10:00am.  The meeting will be held a

Priscilla Maloney is the Nevada Legislature 80th (2019) Session, registered lobbyist for the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Retirees, Nevada Chapter 4041.  She had been a a labor representative for the active members of AFSCME Local 4041 from March 2011 to June 2013.  She was also a lobbyist for the active members of Local 4041 during the 2013 77th legislative session.

Workers in Missouri and New Mexico have chalked important victories against anti-worker laws that would have robbed them of their voices and the right to bargain collectively.

In Missouri, two separate anti-worker measures, HB 1413 and SB 1007, were halted by state courts last week.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2019

New Union Membership Data Reveal Anti-Worker Assault Is Failing

Bureau of Labor Statistics Update Shows Public Sector Unions Holding Strong

WASHINGTON — 

Members of the NV Retirees Chapter attend a Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial featuring JoEtta Brown, Executive President, Alliance for Retired Americans on January 21, 2019

LAS VEGAS — More than 160 AFSCME members gathered in Las Vegas last week to lift up the voice of public service workers and move our union forward.  

At the AFSCME Volunteer Member Organizer Rise Up conference, VMOs from around the country attended skill-building training sessions and visited Nevada state employees to share the vision of improving the quality of public services and the lives of those who provide those services. 

A federal court has ruled in favor of working families and against wealthy special interests in Danielson v. AFSCME Council 28, a case out of Washington state.  

LOS ANGELES — As fires burned in Northern and Southern California and the death toll continued to rise; as smoke engulfed nearby cities, prompting health warnings to stay indoors; and as survivors relocated to makeshift camps and hoped for the best, the best often