This postcard started hitting the home mailboxes of Vermont lawmakers this weekend. It’s a reminder from VSEA about the amount of money state employee retirees spend in our local Vermont communities, as well as a few other reasons state employee pension dollars are so important to Vermont and its economy and its ability to grow-both now and well into the future.
It’s Sunshine Week. What Better Time For An Article About Behind-Closed-Door Policy Making“
Here’s how it appears to our members: A secret committee is meeting to put together a [pension] plan that’s going to drop from the sky,” says [VSEA Executive Director Steve] Howard, whose union represents most state workers. “And it’s going to be put into the Government Operations Committee and pushed right through.”
Note: Sunshine Week is a national initiative spearheaded by the News Leaders Association to educate the public about the importance of open government and the dangers of excessive and unnecessary secrecy.
VSEA President Shares Member & Retiree Pension Frustrations With House Speaker
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Don’t Let Up! VSEA Members & Retirees Encouraged To Remind Public About Pension Cuts Harm To Vermont’s Overall Economy
And When Talking With Your Local Lawmakers…
Reminder: VSEA Pension ResourcesPension Protection!
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AOT L / M Committee Looking For Classified AOT Employee In Finance To Fill Seat
VSEA Pushes Back Against Sale Of Windsor Prison Property
April 9 Deadline To Submit Bylaw Changes, Labeling Its Focus As Too Narrow
VSEA Opposes Corrections Reform Legislation
Remaining Judiciary Unit Zoom Meetings For Members Throughout March
VSEA 101 Trainings Continue
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