It’s that simple! Only united and together can workers stand strong against the powerful conservative interests who want to crush working people and their families. We won’t have it!
The more people who stand with CSLEA, the more power we have to negotiate better pay, benefits and working conditions, and protect your pension. With negotiations set in 2019, the time is now to stay together, to stay strong.
As state employees, show us your commitment to each other
and to strength in numbers.
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Tell us you’ll never quit fighting
for yourself, your colleagues, and our working families.
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“The court’s decision is another blow in the constant attack by wealthy conservatives against the working-class, against the public safety professionals CSLEA represents,” said California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) President Alan Barcelona. “Unions have empowered employees and proven there is strength in numbers. We’re not going to let corporate interest groups take away our freedom to come together and fight for what’s right in the workplace.”
On June 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered its ruling in Janus v. AFSCME. The justices ruled in favor of Janus, a case which was funded by billionaires, powerful CEOs, and corporate special interests, and AGAINST public employees, their families and their unions.
Show us, your fellow state workers, and all of America that “together is better”! Post a photo of you and your colleagues standing together in support of CSLEA, organized labor, and unions.
Email your photo to email@example.com and/or post on social media with @CSLEA #CSLEA #UNION. Let’s have some fun together showing our strength in numbers and our support for working families!
This case was put on a fast track to the U.S. Supreme Court by wealthy conservative groups seeking to diminish the political power of unions because, in the interest of protecting the working class and their pensions, unions support pro-labor candidates.
This case was an attack on working people joining together for strength in numbers.
This case aims to send us decades back in time when workers had no voice, no choice, little time off and poor pay.
This case was not about first amendment rights, but about stripping unions of their power to elect labor-friendly candidates to office.
NO ONE IS FORCED TO JOIN A UNION! NO ONE IS FORCED TO PAY ANY FEES THAT GO TO POLITICS OR POLITICAL CANDIDATES!