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Fall 2015

Welcome Back!

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Summer 2015

SEIU 284 Legislative Session Wrap-Up

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Spring 2015

Winning for Students and School Support Staff

Two years ago SEIU 284 sent a message to the Legislature—students’ zip codes
should not determine the quality of their education. For the first time in over a
decade, the Legislature put enough money on the perpupil formula to at least
keep up with inflation and made advancements to make the funding more equitable.
This year we can do it again. The state has a $1.9 billion dollar surplus. The question
is what the Legislature should do with it: re-invest in education and make school
funding more fair, or give large tax breaks to the wealthiest Minnesotans and
corporate special interests.

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Winter 2015

A Voice in the Wilderness

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Fall 2014

Welcome Back!

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Summer 2014

SEIU Local 284 Welcomes our Newest Members— Hamline University Adjuncts

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Spring 2014

SEIU Lobby Day 2014

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Winter 2014

We are the Union that Dares – SEIU Wins Big in 2013 Elections

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Fall 2013

Meet Mike Poke!

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Summer 2013

You Did It: What We Won

This session was historic. The legislature passed a fair and balanced
budget and increased education funding and opportunities for every
student in the state of Minnesota. After 10-years of disinvestments,
the legislature, and the Governor, heard your voices and made
important investments in our state. Governor Dayton signed the
education budget bill into law on Wednesday, May 22. This bill fully
funds all-day kindergarten, increases special education funds by $10
million for 2014-2015 and $30 million for 2016-2017, increases the
amount on the general education formula by 1.5% per year, and invests
$40 million in early learning scholarships.

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