WASHINGTON, March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Tune in now to AFGE's "Inside Government" as the union's members speak out on the dangers of sequestration. The show, which originally aired on Friday, March 1, is now available on demand.
AFGE Housing and Urban Development Council 222 President Eddie Eitches detailed the devastating impact sequestration would have on formerly homeless, low income and disabled individuals and also discussed the council's work with management to negotiate benefits for employees. Joe Gonzales , president of Department of Defense Local 2142, then addressed sequestration's effects on DOD, the civilian workforce and military.
AFGE Bureau of Prisons Local 1112 President Mike Schnobrich and Steward April Bennett discussed health services staffing concerns throughout BOP. Lastly, Transportation Security Administration Local 778 Executive Vice President Bobby Newsome provided a closer look at AFGE's collective bargaining agreement with TSA and some of the contract's top benefits for employees.
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