AFSCME New Mexico

All eyes on the Roundhouse as Sandoval Co. Commissioners keep promise to the 1% and vote on their freedom robbing ordinance
AFSCME will be working every single day with our friends the legislature to secure the 1.5% raise and try to see if we can address some of the issues around high vacancies and pay compaction within many state agencies. We will also fight against any attempts to outsource our members jobs and any corporate tax cuts that only benefit the wealthy.
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