Legislative Updates

January 16, 2019
Government Shutdown

Government Shutdown Hurts OPCMIA Members and All Americans

The United States Government and its hard-working employees — many of them proud union members — must not be held hostage to an erratic president’s recklessness and irresponsibility.

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December 10, 2018

OPCMIA Spreads Christmas Cheer

The OPCMIA recently visited Moravia Park Elementary School in Baltimore to spread holiday cheer. Students learned about what plasterers and cement masons do, they made ornaments for the OPCMIA Xmas tree, and they received gifts.

President's Message

October 29, 2018

Moral Leadership Lacking

Hateful speech leads to hateful actions. If there is any lesson to be drawn from the two most recent terrorist attacks in the United States — the pipe bombs mailed to 12 prominent critics of President Trump, and the mass murder of 11 people at a synagogue in Pittsburgh — this is it.

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OPCMIA Convention 2019

OPCMIA’s 52nd International Convention

August 11-16, 2019 • Las Vegas, Nevada

We invite you to join us as we meet to plan and strategize to make our union stronger than ever, and the lives of our members better than ever.

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Upcoming Event

World of Concrete
January 22 – January 25, 2019
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The U.S. Government and its hard-working employees—many of them proud union members—must not be held hostage to an erratic president’s recklessness and irresponsibility. The #OPCMIA stands with @AFGENational in telling Congress to #StopTheShutdown https://t.co/Q0qRrihZZt

It is disgraceful that an estimated 248,400 veterans across the country are not receiving paychecks because of dysfunction in Washington, D.C. https://t.co/Gf8kDLAyms … #StopTheShutdown

RT @AFLCIO: .@senatemajldr the time is NOW! Stand with public employees. #StopTheShutdown ☎ Call your senators now and urge them to re-open the government: 1-866-803-8830 #1u

#GovernmentShutdown -prompts federal prison workers in Dublin, CA to ask if they can sleep in prison parking lot because they won't have money for gas, says #AFGE union. They're working with no paycheck Friday to cover bills. Many are #Veterans struggling and upset. @AFGENational

“9/11 health care advocates plan to turn 2019 into the year of the WTC survivor.... a team of 9/11 survivors plan to descend on Washington, D.C., to get [the Victim Compensation Fund] extended.” Congress must do right by heroic Ground Zero workers! https://t.co/FjIXi1gMqb

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