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NFFE to Senate Leadership: Call the Vote to End the Shutdown!
Senate Republicans chose Nationals Park as the location for their annual retreat, and federal employee organizations wasted no time calling out the irony of a ‘retreat’ from their paid responsibilities while hundreds of thousands of federal employees work without pay.   : : MORE

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#StopTheShutdown Get Involved! Things You Can Do Today
We are not stopping until the shutdown is over. Even if you’re not furloughed or directly affected by the shutdown, get involved and stand up for your fellow NFFE members! Here’s how you can help:
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Jan 16, 2019

Shutdown Rally: Take Me Back to Work!
Please join federal and DC workers at 12 noon in front of Nationals Park (1500 S Capitol St SE, Washington, DC 20003) on Thursday (1/17/19) for a rally protesting Senate Republicans' planned retreat at the stadium.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Jan 16, 2019

NFFE Leads the Fight for Feds at Rallies, on Capitol Hill, and in Media Across the World
NFFE co-chaired and organized the largest rally of federal workers ever to appear at AFL-CIO headquarters and then led a march to the White House on Thursday, January 10, 2019.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Jan 14, 2019


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New Union Lawsuit Against Government over Shutdown
The National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE-IAM), joined with the Machinists Union (IAMAW), National Association of Government Employees (NAGE) SEIU, the National Weather Service Employees Organization (NWSEO), and Snider & Associates, LLC, in filing a lawsuit against the federal government in response to the government shutdown.
Press Release  ·  Jan 11, 2019

Congress and White House Accept Partial Shutdown
“The holidays just bottomed out for a half-million of America’s public servants and their families,” stated Randy Erwin, NFFE national president. “If the shutdown continues for any length of time, January is going to be a tough month for these middle-class families as they struggle to pay mortgages, credit cards, child care, and other life expenses.”
Press Release  ·  Dec 21, 2018