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AFT-Wisconsin members and leaders rally, testify against latest attack on unions

Scores of AFT-Wisconsin members joined the thousands of Wisconsinites that converged on the Capitol on Tuesday, Feb. 24, to protest legislation designed to weaken private sector unions.  (Be sure to check out our post on what you can do to stop so-called "right to work" legislation!)  And while union members and community supporters rallied outside, many more were making their voices heard inside the Capitol, registering their opposition to the bill, offering testimony about why it's wrong for Wisconsin, and holding a Solidarity Singalong in the rotunda.

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Five things you can do this week to stop "right to work"

So-called "right to work" legislation meant to attack private sector union workers is being fast-tracked through the Wisconsin Legislature this week. Our sisters and brothers in the private sector stood shoulder to shoulder with us when Scott Walker attacked us in 2011; now it's our turn to show that we remain united. Here are five things you can do to take action:

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"Right to Work" (for Less) Group Formed

December 3, 2014 -- "Koch-tied Group Pushes New Union Busting Bill in Wisconsin" (from PRWatch.org)

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2014 AFT-Wisconsin Scholarship Winners

AFT-Wisconsin members highly value and honor education. As part of our values, we offer scholarships for children and grandchildren of current or retired AFT-Wisconsin members who will be attending technical colleges or universities. This year a $1,000 university scholarship and a $500 technical college scholarship were awarded.

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2015 AFT-Wisconsin Scholarship Applications Now Being Accepted

AFT-Wisconsin has a long tradition of offering educational scholarships to support dependents of members in good standing who wish to pursue higher education at a technical college or university. Currently, AFT-Wisconsin offers one $1,000 university scholarship and one $500 technical college scholarship. The application period for 2015-2016 scholarships is now open; applications are due to AFT-Wisconsin by March 15, 2015, and winners will be notified by May 1, 2015.

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Former AFT-W President Bob Beglinger Wins Award

On October 13, Bob Beglinger received recognition for his activism on behalf of Wisconsin seniors.  He received the award from the Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans (WiARA) during their 19th annual Senior Power Luncheon.  Congratulations Bob! 

At the same luncheon, Leon Burzynski recieved the organization's first Lifetime Achievement Award for his dedication and commitment working on behalf of retirees and all older Americans. 

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