Muskogee City Employees Win Back Collective Bargaining Rights


Muskogee City Employees Win Back Collective Bargaining Rights.

Muskogee City Employees Win Back Collective Bargaining Rights

by Allison Padgett | June 29, 2012

AFSCME members in Muskogee, Okla., and their uniformed sisters and brothers in the fire and police departments are cheering the return of collective bargaining rights to the city’s non-uniform employees

The city council’s ordinance restoring the rights takes effect July 15. On that day, workers who make up AFSCME Local 2465 will file a petition to qualify for a union recognition election – recognition that was stripped away after an anti-worker state law repealed their rights last spring.

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