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Annual Legislative Conference Round-Up

Hundreds of federal and D.C. government employees have been in Washington, D.C. this week for the American Federation of Government Employees’ Annual Legislative and Grassroots Mobilization Conference. AFGE members from every major federal agency and representing all 50 states are in attendance. In addition to AFGE leaders, attendees heard from Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and Leadership Conference on Civil Rights President Wade Henderson, as well as several other policymakers and opinion leaders.

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Carolyn Federoff speaks during the plenary session at the AFGE Legislative Conference. Federoff is Vice Chair of AFGE’s HUD council and vice president of AFGE Local 3258.

Wade Henderson speaks during the Civil Rights luncheon at the AFGE Legislative Conference. Henderson is CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.

One Response

  1. The retirees of AFGE would probably be willing to go to functions once in a while instead of the local president going to everything like I know that happens at one local. Why won’t AFGE allow the retirees to do things and go to seminars? Retirees are as good as the so called active people o AFGE. My husband and I are both retirees of AFGE and we would love to be given the chance to come to the Legislative conference or whatever AFGE is having. Please keep us in mind for the next seminar at Washinton, D.C.

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