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General Election 2022: We Made Our Voices Heard!

By |November 9th, 2022|All Bargaining Units, People-Powered Politics|

November 9, 2022 - Votes are still being counted and the final results of key races may take some time. However, one thing is clear in this year’s General Election – SEIU Local 99 members made our voices heard. Over the last several months, members knocked on thousands of doors and made hundreds of [Read more]

Statement of SEIU Leaders on Los Angeles City Leadership Failure

By |October 10th, 2022|All Bargaining Units|

SEIU California leaders with membership in the Los Angeles area have convened to discuss the remarks that were made public yesterday involving a conversation among City Council President Nury Martinez, Councilmember Kevin de León, Councilmember Gil Cedillo, and Los Angeles County Federation of Labor President Ron Herrera. The following statement may be attributed to [Read more]

Coming July 23rd: SEIU Local 99’s 12th Annual Family Picnic

By |June 21st, 2022|All Bargaining Units, Events|

Our summer picnic is back! SEIU Local 99 has planned a fun-filled day with food, activities for all ages, and a live DJ. Come and join your friends, brothers, and sisters of SEIU Local 99 for a great time! The picnic is free for SEIU Local 99 members and up to five guests ages 3+, but capacity is limited. You must register to attend.

Informe del 8 de Junio, 2022

By |June 8th, 2022|All Bargaining Units|

¡Lo invitamos a una reunión y celebración de fin de año escolar! Sábado, 11 de junio 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Los Angeles Trade Technical College 400 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Busque la carpa grande al lado del Salón “Multipurpose Room” en la Grand Ave. Estacionamiento gratuito en la estructura en la [Read more]

We’re Fighting to Pass SB 830 – Equitable Funding of Schools

By |March 25th, 2022|All Bargaining Units, People-Powered Politics|

For over five decades, California has been inequitable in the funding of our public schools, benefiting those in more affluent communities, all while placing those in poorer communities at a disadvantage. During this time, California has been utilizing the Average Daily Attendance (ADA) method for calculating school funding, which has led to this inequitable distribution and penalized schools and families in low-income areas. SB 830 aims to fix that.

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