DETROIT, Sept. 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AFT Michigan looks forward to Saturday, September 8's Michigan Policy Summit as a first of its kind. This Saturday Michigan environmental, health care, education, women's and civil rights, labor and social justice organizations and individuals will gather at the Lansing Center to build a common action agenda around the issues of education, energy and health care.
"The future of our state hangs in the balance," stated AFT Michigan President David Hecker. "We need good jobs. Education quality is the reason Google located in Ann Arbor. Health care costs must be controlled without reducing benefits. With our skilled workforce we can be a leader in the energy industry while we protect the environment. These three issues are the keys to our future.
"AFT Michigan members will be joining hundreds of participants from throughout Michigan to discuss these issues, develop an action agenda and help shape the future of our state.
Those interested in attending the Michigan Policy Summit can go to: http://www.michiganprospect.org/michigan_policy_summit or call Pete Woiwode at 517-381-343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AFT Michigan is a union of 35,000 members working in K-12, intermediate school districts, community colleges, universities, and local government. Our 94 locals extend as far south as Monroe and north to Whitefish Township in the Upper Peninsula.
|SOURCE AFT Michigan|
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