AFGE’s General Counsel shop has shown, once again, how aggressively it is going to protect federal employees.  When the Office of the Special Counsel put out Hatch Act advice warning feds not to show any support for “resisting” what is going on in this country, AFGE decided to push back and filed a lawsuit. It wants an injunction to stop that kind of intimidation of feds who know better than anyone else the impact on current government operations and effectiveness. After the President ignored the Special Counsel’s finding that KellyAnne Conway repeatedly violated the Hatch Act and should be fired, you would think the Special Counsel would be the last person to warn feds not to exercise all their Constitutional rights.

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FEDSMILL staff has over 40 years of federal sector labor relations experience on the union as well as management side of the table and even some time as a neutral.
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