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Unionist December 2009 Issue

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-Union Wins Long-Standing Grievance Benefitting Former Institutional Aides
-Local 1457 Merges With Local 371

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-State Senator Diane Savino Champions Marriage Equality
-CCSW Scholarship Deadline is April 30, 2010
-Union to Celebrate Social Work Month in March

Unionist November 2009 Issue

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Page 1
-Record Number of Homeless Families Seek Shelter from Unresponsive System As Workers Try to Cope

Unionist October 2009 Issue

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Page 1

- Union Lawsuit Charges ACS With Abuse of Civil Service System;
-ACS: An Unequal Opportunity Employer Wastes Talent and Endangers Kids

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- Paul Simmons, Retired Union Activist and Organizer Dies;
-Educational Fund Offers Prep Courses;

Unionist September 2009 Issue

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Page 1

-Union Campaigns to Save Hundreds of Jobs in Children's Services
-Laid Off Department of Homeless Services Workers Go to HRA

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-Laying Off Public Workers Was a Bad Idea in the Spring, and It's a Worse Idea Now !

Unionist July-August Issue

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Page 1
-Perseverance Pays Off for New Day Workers
-Caribbean Heritage Celebrated
-18 Share $150,000 in Grievance Settlement

Page 2
-Report From PdF Conference 2009
-Looking back in the Unionist

Unionist June Issue

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-MLC Deal on Health Benefits Delays Permanent Worker Layoffs
-City Council and Mayor Reach Budget Agreement; Workers' Future Still Unknown

Unionist May 2009 Issue

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Page 1
-Union Denounces Layoffs, Program Cuts in ACS and Other Agencies
-NYC Comptroller William Thompson Speaks Against Budget Cuts at PAC Meeting
-Union Organizing Drive for Addiction Counselors Comes to Vote

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-Laying Of f Public Worker s Is a Bad Idea

Unionist April 2009 Issue

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Page 1
-Budget Cuts Put Children, Homeless at Risk

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