From AFGE we have Bill Lyons on the program to talk about organizing union members in an open shop environment.
From the American Federation of Government Employees we have J. David Cox on the show to discuss the pending government shutdown and how this will be the first time in a very long time that a single party has held the majority in each branch of government that a government showdown would take place.
From AFGE District 3 we have Phil Gover on the show to talk about the deceptive “Paycheck Protection Act” which is really just an attack on public sector unions.
On Veterans Day, J David Cox joins us from AFGE to discuss HR4242, a bill called “More About Choice” that Cox says is actually anti-choice. Veterans deserve the highest quality, specialized healthcare, and he says this is not the way to do it.
President of AFGE, J. David Cox joins us to say that it is nearly impossible for people to save up enough money to become 95 years old these days, so we need to do something to get wages up. Another subject he covers is how government entities need to be more vigilant about monitoring outside contracts if they really want them to work.
AFGE President J. David Cox joins us to talk recent comments made by President Trump about shutting down the government over funding for his boarder wall, and the need for filling 49,000 job openings at the VA.
J David Cox of the American Federation of Government Employees joins us to
talk about how the conservative who had signed Grover Norquest’s “no more
taxes” petition have gone back on their agreement by taxing federal employees
and their benefits. This is a continuation of attacks that we have seen against
federal employees who have steadily seen pay rates drop over the past 10
J David Cox, the President of AFGE, joins us to talk about budget cuts under the current administration. He talks about how the EPA, the Department of the Interior, and the State Department are going to have some of the biggest cuts. From what we are seeing from they Administration we can predict that working people are going to suffer the most from these policies.
Senator Rubio introduced legislation last week that would do away with a lot of due-process rights for VA employees, AFGE President J David Cox explains.
AFGE National President J. David Cox joins us to talk about the negative repercussions in the event of another government shutdown, and the possibility of a furlough for government employees if a new budget can not be reached.