Union-Busting House bill would limit federal employees’ access to union representation, AFGE Says

Union-Busting House Bill Would Silence the Voice of Workers, AFGE Says WASHINGTON, March 8, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The American Federation of Government Employees strongly opposes legislation moving through the House that would limit an employee’s access to union representation and financially penalize employees who voluntarily serve as union representatives. The Official Time Reform Act of […]

NAPS: What the GOP Takeover of Congress Means and Postal Reform’s Future

What the GOP Takeover of Congress Means The Republican takeover of the Senate and expansion of seats in the House will fundamentally realign power dynamics in Washington. It means that the Republicans in January will control both chambers of Congress, likely leading to more bills over the next two years, both good and bad, landing […]

House resolution ignores provision addressing USPS consolidation plan

A spending bill to keep government agencies open appears poised to clear Congress this week, though the final iteration of the measure remains unclear. Lawmakers in the House debated the continuing resolution, which would fund agencies and avoid a government shutdown until Dec. 11, at length on Tuesday, with members of both parties agreeing the […]