In yet another rebuke of President Trump’s anti-worker executive orders, last week the Department of Veterans Affairs rescinded the order denying employees their representational rights at work. The order had severely limited union officials’ access to office space, equipment, and official time to represent workers – but it was struck down on August 24 by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The VA, which had indicated to some locals that they would not abide by the court’s decision, now has officially begun to comply. “Our fight against this anti-worker administration is far from over, but we are turning the tide,” said American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) President J. David Cox Sr. Read more here.
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