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May 22nd, 2015 Worthington, Ohio–Canceling collective bargaining rights for independent, in-home child care providers takes Ohio’s working families another step backward. John Kasich’s move affects more than 2,700 of the state’s independent child care providers who provide home-based care for an estimated 20,000 children. Ted Strickland in 2008, is nearing the end of its contract with the state which expires at the end of June.
“Every investment in early education is an investment in a child’s future. Kasich has repeatedly targeted Ohio workers since taking office, and he’s continuing that pattern today.
And while many Ohioans will enjoy this and other holidays with their families, AFSCME Council 8 members will be on the job keeping our communities safe and our public spaces attractive and accessible.
Our AFSCME sisters and brothers staffing hospitals will be on the job ready to take care of summer accidents, illness and injuries from minor to major.
“He just turned 65 and would like to retire, but he says he can’t as long as his mother is still working,” she joked.AFSCME Ohio Council 8 health department workers will be at work keeping outdoor events food-safe and swimming pools clean and sanitary.And our parks and recreation members will be on the job putting our public recreation centers, parks and public golf courses in top share for all to enjoy.She opens the city’s emergency vehicle garage most mornings, and she makes the coffee, she answers the phone, she handles the billing for the work the garage does for suburban fire departments, and she is 85.A permanent part-time employee, she is the union’s oldest member, “and a union supporter,” said Local 101 President Ann Sulfridge.