Furloughed? What are you going to do about it?

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You’ve been furloughed. It hurts, but you can do something about it.

Flood your lawmakers’ inbox with messages: tell them to Stop the Furloughs.

Send your lawmakers an email by clicking here.

Brothers and Sisters,You got your furlough notice. Want to do something about it?

Then don’t rest until your lawmakers hear from you. The easiest way you can do that is to help us flood their inboxes with messages today.

Your lawmakers allowed the Sequester to happen, and they can make it stop. Your task is to make it impossible for them to ignore you. Don’t let them think they can get away with this.

Hold your lawmakers accountable right now.Click here to send them a message–it will only take a minute of your time, but if we act together, they can’t ignore the hundreds of thousands of federal employees they’ve let down.

Just enter your zip code and we will send your lawmaker your message. You can customize your email, or just send the one we’ve prepared.

Stopping the furloughs is going to take work. There’s no way around it. But I’d rather fight than roll over and give up. I know that I can count on you to join me in this fight.

In Solidarity,

J. David Cox, Sr.
President, AFGE

For the latest updates on your pension, pay, budget cuts, and other news, text “NoCuts” on your personal phone to 225-568.

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Author: AFGE Local 704

Representing over 900 bargaining unit employees working at the U.S. EPA Region 5 Offices in Chicago, Ann Arbor, MI and Westlake, OH.

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