Labor Campaign For Single Payer
Fighting for Health Care for All in the Age of Trump

Open Letter to the AFL-CIO from Concerned Trade Unionists

We want to thank everyone who signed the open letter to the AFL-CIO from concerned trade unionists about the Affordable Care Act. You can read the list of signers below. A copy was sent to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and it is being distributed at this week’s AFL-CIO Convention.

With their support we were able to project a powerful grassroots voice that cannot be ignored. This is a crucial moment for the labor movement. We in the Labor Campaign for Single Payer believe that the fight for healthcare justice is central to the project of building a revitalized labor movement and a high road alternative to the austerity attacks on working people everywhere.

Dear President Trumka,

On January 1, 2014 millions of Americans will become eligible for no-cost or subsidized healthcare under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). There is no doubt that this is a monumental political achievement. One only has to look at how difficult it was to pass the ACA and the continued obstructionism of its opponents to understand the powerful forces opposed to healthcare justice in any form.

Almost without exception, unions supported the ACA. Most did so because they saw it as a modest and achievable reform that could mitigate the combined effects of rising costs, decreasing quality and increasing numbers of uninsured and underinsured faced by working families everywhere. Many saw it as a first down payment on real reform that would make healthcare a right for everyone in America through expanded and improved Medicare for all.

When labor went all-out to support the ACA, we did not anticipate the devastating impact it would have on Multi Employer Taft Hartley Funds.

We did not anticipate that our non-profit, worker friendly plans would be forced to pay a hefty “reinsurance fee” to subsidize the risk taking of private insurance corporations.

We did not anticipate the acceleration of race to the bottom pressures caused by the Cadillac Tax and the low standards of the tiered exchange plans.

We did not anticipate that it would encourage the insidious creep of hard won employer-provided coverage towards defined contribution plans.

Nor did we anticipate that the Obama administration would ignore legitimate labor requests for relief and adjustment while bending over backwards to accommodate business and private insurance interests.

All of this is creating division in the house of labor. While many raise legitimate issues, some in labor have begun to call for the repeal of Obamacare. These divisions have been exploited by the enemies of labor to advance their own anti-worker, anti-healthcare justice agenda.

The tragedy is that a model for healthcare reform existed right within the labor movement. Multi Employer Plans have long provided a vehicle for continuity in coverage, particularly for employees in seasonal, temporary or part time jobs. Their non-profit healthcare model has been the gold standard for millions of workers and retirees. A real reform could have built upon this model and expanded it to everyone.

Yet this model of care is one that is most threatened by the ACA. We would not be in this boat if the crafters of the ACA had looked to the labor movement for guidance rather than relying on insurance industry lobbyists whose business model relies on a failing employment-based system and whose profits depend on shifting costs onto the backs of workers while reducing choice and quality of care.

We believe that this is not the time to turn our backs on health care reform and advancing the cause of health care justice. Rather, we must push the envelope further.

America’s working families need a healthcare system, not a healthcare industry. They need healthcare that is affordable, guaranteed and accessible to all without regard to age, employment status, income or geography. They need a system like every other industrialized country in the world where healthcare is a birthright, not a commodity.

Only labor can lead this fight. The business community’s lockstep adherence to a failing ideology blinds them to the benefits they would enjoy under a single payer healthcare system. It would create more agile enterprises, a more productive workforce and unleash greater entrepreneurial creativity. And, for both business and labor, it would take healthcare off the bargaining table and establish predictable and equitable costs, eliminating competitive disadvantages

Seldom in American history have such powerful economic and reactionary forces been so mightily aligned against such a moral and just cause. The viciousness and extremism of the enemies of healthcare justice defies description. Their intent is to convince the American people that all reform is impossible because the enemy is too powerful.

Labor did not win its place in American society by backing away from such challenges. Rather, labor’s greatest advances have been made in times of trouble when it has aligned its interests with those of the vast majority of Americans who work for a living.

We are encouraged and inspired by the AFL-CIO’s leadership in calling on all union members to join the discussion on building a revitalized labor movement that will speak for all working people. We believe that continuing the fight for healthcare justice is a central part of this agenda.

We urge the AFL-CIO to take the lead to mobilize support for single payer healthcare among other stakeholders including religious, community and poor people’s organizations and among the sick, healthcare providers and the small business community. We hope that this September’s quadrennial convention takes up this historic task.

As a first step, the AFL-CIO should endorse national single-payer legislation such as HR 676 sponsored by Representative John Conyers and endorsed by hundreds of local unions and labor councils and pending legislation that will be submitted by Senator Bernie Sanders. In addition, support and resources are needed for a number of state campaigns from Vermont to California that seek to utilize the 2017 innovation waivers under the ACA to put their states on the path to healthcare for all.

These are fights worth having. Our movement will grow if we let the American people know that we have a better idea for healthcare for all Americans.

In Solidarity,

Seth Ackerman, AFT local 2334 (PSC/CUNY)
Susan Ackoff, UFT
Laurence Adams, National Postal Mailhandlers’ Union Local 300/LIUNA
James Albers, AFGE 3840
Marilyn Albert, NUHW
Charles Alexander, OMCE, OPEIU
Stephanie Allan, Stationary Engineers, Local 39, AFL-CIO
Mark Allen Bailey, UAW Local 1005
Luke Anavi, ATU 757
Paul April, AFT
Edgar Aracena, AFT
Vicki Arnett, AFL/CIO
Gina Arthur, AFSCME
Lawrence Atkin, RCIU (in 1965)
David Atwood, American Train Dispatchers Association (BLE)
Barbara Aupperle, IAMAW Retiree
Peter Bagnoio, SURS
Doug Baier, I.A.F.F.
Mary Baine Campbell, AAUP
Joe Balkis, Teamsters
Brooks Ballenger, UAW 2322
William Bangs, Carpenter
Dennis Barker, United Steelworkers
Bill Barry, retired
Eugene Barufkin, Wisconsin Single-Payer Network
Kurt Bateman, United Auto Workers
Eloise Bates, NEA
Emily Beall, UFCT Local 1460
Jonathan Beatrice, TWU Local 100
Matthew Beck, IBEW Local #1837
Maria Bell, NNU
Michele Belluomini, AFSCME Local 2187
Stephen Bendich, UFT, retired
Henry Bennett, AFSCME
Mary Bennett, AFSCME
Pete Bennett, Local 2093 UAW
Cynthia Bertrand Holub, AFSCME
David Betsworth, UE Local 893
Thomas Bias, New Jersey State Industrial Union Council
Paul Bigman, IATSE Local 15
Michael Bilbrey, California School Employees Association (CSEA)
Clayton Bradt, NYS Public Employees Federation
Teresa Brain, OEA/LEA
Wes Brain, SEIU 503 (retired)
Steve Brewer, NEA-ISTA
Denise Brooks, NALC Branch 1433
Jeff Brown, Machinist
Ralph Browning, AFSCME Local 2621
Doug Bullock, Albany Centrsl Federation of Labor
Bill Burger, AFSCME
Brett Bursey, IUOE 465
Rex Burwell, Illinois Federation of Teachers
Cheryl Buswell, UAW
David Butler, AFSCME 3700
Jean Cacioppo, 1199NBF
Diane Calkins, AFSCME DC 47 Retirees
David Campbell, USW Local 675
Fidencio Campos, Steelworkers Local 63
Patrick Carano, Teamsters
Michael Carano, Teamsters, Local 348, retired
Maryellen Cardella, WEA/NEA
Donna Cartwright, Pride @ Work, AFL-CIO
Susan Casmier, AFT
Liane Casten, National Writers Union
Anne-Marie Cavanaugh, OPEIU
Jim Ceithaml, IFT-AFT
Kathleen Chambers, Illinois Nurses Association
Eileen Chieco, UFT
Michael Childers, AFT
Catherine Christeller, SEIU
Ken Chupella, USWA
Jane Civiletti, AFSCME Local 88
Thomas Clark, I.L.W.U. Local 10
Marilyn Clark, Teamsters
Alvin Clarke, Local 100
John Clower, Indiana AFT
David Cohen, UER&MWA
Ed Cole, ISPC
LeeLa Coleman, SEIU 503
Mario Coletta, Local #134 IBEW
Sean Collins, SEIU Local 200United
Kevin Connaghan, SEIU Local 73
Aili Contini-Field, Harvard Union of Clerical & Technical Workers (HUCTW)
Victor Corder, IFT Local 571Retirees Chapter
Robert Cote, AFSCME
Stephen Couche, Government Employees
Frank Couget, NALC, Branch 36
Robert Cowen, PSC CUNY
Nancy Cowger, Local 63 Ironwork
Corrinne Crawford, AFT Local 2277
Patrick Crocker, AFSCME 334W
Chris Croke, IWW
Micheal Cwynar, AFSCME
Steve D’Adamo, IUOE 37
Glenn Dansker, IBEW
Ryan Danzinger, NEA
Warren Davis, AFGE Local 2006
Erika DeCarlo, Northern IL Jobs with Justice
Lily Defriend, UAW, Local 2110
FRANK DELLAPIANA, US POSTAL UNION
Brian DeMell, IATSE 524 and Glens Falls Labor Council
Rik Deskin, SAG-AFTRA
Mark Dickman, SEIU
Robert Diehl, United Steel Workers of America
Jackie DiSalvo, AFT
Frank Disler, NAIC
Rafal Dobrowolski, San Diego Education Association
Patrick Dodd, IWW
Jed Dodd, Teamsters
Doc Doherty, Teamsters Local 877
Connor Donegan, CUPE 2278
Jeff Donohue, SEIU Local 73
PK Doyle, AFL-CIO
Charlotte Droogan, AFT # 604
Susan DuBois, NYS Public Employees Federation (AFT Local 4053)
Mark Dudzic, USW
Marcus Duskin, SEIU UHW
Patricia Dwyer, NNU
Steve Early, TNG/CWA Local 39521
Sandy Eaton, Massachusetts Nurses Association/NNU/AFL-CIO
Katie Eckert, AFSCME
Michael Eisenscher, U.S. Labor Against the War
Fred Elfenbein, Merchant Marine
Anne Emmett, AFSME (retired)
Eric Erickson, Former SEIU member
Arthur Esparza, Carpenters
Deon Evans, UFCW Local 1800T
Samuel Farber, AFT
Maureen Fauss, UFCW local 655
Marian Feinberg, UAW Local 1981
Adam Feldman, AFSCME DC 47 Local 2187
Sara Feldman, AFT
Chris Ferlazzo, CWA 7901
Lisa Field, SEIU 888
Carl Finamore, IAMAW Lodge 1781
Barb Finn, cwa local 1400
Milton Fisk, AFT 2254 retired
Michael Fitzgerald, APWU
Michael Fitzgerald, CWA
Erin FitzGerald, National Nurses United
Mary Fitzgerald, NYSNA
Tim Flanagan, AFT
Jon Flanders, IAM
Art Fleischner, Solidarity committee of the capital district
Laura Fleming, NJEA
Rosemary Foster, AFSME
Jacqueline Fralley, Formerly OPEIU, AFSCME
Jack Frassa, UAW
Mary Ann Freeman, NEA
Joshua Freeze, ATU
Lynn Freitas, AFT
Paula Friedman, AFT/UFT
Michael Friedman, PSC/AFT
Lew Friedman, United Federation of Teachers
B0b Funkhouser, Teamster
Gary Gaines, SOAR
Allyson Garcia, MNA
Cindy Gardner, IATSE Local 798
Toni Garmon, O&C Union
Carol Gay, NJ Industrial Union Council
Arlene George, NNU
Philip George, Operating Engineers
Christine Geovanis, UAW Local 1981: National Writers Union
Nick Giannone, Boilermakers local 29
Greg Giorgio, IWW
Gordon Glick, IWW
Thomas Gogan, OPEIU Local 3
Tom Gogan, OPEIU Local 3
Michael Golden, AFT local 1931
Rachel Goldstein, AFM Local 10-208
Ken Goley, USW 4149
Tim Goodness, IBEW280
Chris Goodwin, AFSCME (retiree)
Suzanne Gordon, TNG/CWA Local 39521
Jerry Gordon, UFCW
Tim Goulet, Pipefitters local 274
Robert Grace, Public Employees Federation
James Gray Pope, Rutgers Council of AAUP/AFT Chapters (AFL-CIO)
Paul Grubb, District 1199C, National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, AFSCME
Cole Guinn Murray, IATSE
A.N. Guthkelch, BritishMedicalAssociation
David Guthrie, ILWU
Dixie Gutierrez, AFL-CIO
Paul Haag, UFCW (anticipated)
Darla Hageman, NEA
Thomas Hageman, NEA
Lynne Hancock, United Steelworkers Union
Doug Hanscom, UAW/AFL-CIO
Edward Hanson, IAFF
David Harding, AFSCME
John Harding, UAW Local 900
Michael Harms, ATU LOCAL85
David Haynes, PSEA/ESP
Carol Hayse, Chicago Teachers Union
Andrew Heiserman, Chicago Teachers Union
Michael Henderson, AAUP
Bill Henning, CWA 1180 and AFT 2334
Herb Hennings, Troy Area Labor Council
Jack Herbert, AFSCME Retirees, Oregon
Deborah Hermalyn, Lake County Federation of Teachers
Alberto Hernandez, CWA Local 1082
Erick Heroux, Amalgamated Transit Union ATU 757
Patricia Herrmann, IEA-R
Gregory Herzog, AAUP
Deborah Hill, 1435
Harold Hill, Chicago Principals and Administrators Assoc. Local 1
Matt Hodson, Carpenters
Rebecca Hoffman, Oregon Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals
Steven Hollis, AFGE Local 3354
Wanda Hoover, IEA
Linda Horan, ibew 2320
Eric Hoyt, GEO-UAW Local 2322
Charles Hoyt, Teamsters 814
Taylor Hudson, UNITE HERE
Dana Iorio, SEIU 1199 NW
Robert Izatt, Teamsters
James Jacob, Teamsters
Mike Janecek, IUPAT LU 147
Mark Johnson, UPI Local4100, IFT, AFL-CIO
Bill Jones, IBEW Local 164
Ann Joseph, American Federation of Teachers
Peter Kaczmarczyk, CWA 4730
Ron Kaminkow, Railroad Workers United
Alex Kantrowitz, Local 700
William Kazdan, Local One IATSE
Ivan Kazen, Unite/Here local 6
JoAnn Keenan, retired SEIU/1199NW and AFT1789
John Kelly, IBEW Local 2321
Donna Kelly-Williams, Massachusetts Nurses Association
Betty Kennedy, NNU
Ray Kenny, IBEW LU 48
Beth Kerwin, AFSCME
Keither Kessler, DC 47
Hosneya Khattab, AFSCME Capter 36 Retiree
Lynn Kichurchak, UAW
Patric Kim, International Longshore & Warehouse Union
Greg King, SEIU, Local 888
John Kirkland, UBC LU 1462, Bucks County, PA
Tom Klukosky, United Auto Workers
Peter Knowlton, UE Northeast Region
Sam Koprak, UFT
Karen Kortsch, National Nurses United
John Kowalski, UAW 1866
Jerome Kowalski, UAW Local #653 Pontiac, Mi.
Bertha Kriegler, CSEA/AFSCME
Polina Kroik, LCCEA/OEA
Clarence Krygsheld, Chicago Teachers Union
James Lafferty, UAW Legal Workers
Joseph Lakner, Sr., IBEW 134
Elizabeth Lalasz, National Nurses United
Hale Landes, IBEW LU 134
Steve Landstreet, AFSCME, DC 47
Mary LaPointe, NYSUT
Joseph Lawrence, AFSCME
Rachel Lears, Industrial Workers of the World
Jack Lee, I.L.W.U.
Les Leopold, USW
Michael Letwin, Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW Local 2325
Bill Leumer, IBT 853 (ret.)
Jerry Levinsky, SEIU LOCAL 509
Jordan Lewis, IBEW Local 48
Judith Lienhard, ONA
Mark Lillis, USW
Darlene Livermore, AFSCME Retired
Steve Livingston, AFT Local 1
Jeff Loken, UAW
Bill Londrigan, Kentucky State AFL-CIO
Sharon Loudon, AFT
Christopher Lowe, Portland Jobs with Justice (Formerly SEIU Local 49)
Sally Lowell, Newspaper Guild/CWA
Michael Lowery, IUBAC
Kevin Lowther, IATSE #15
Elvin Luskey, Steamfitter’s Local 602
MaryColleen MacDougall, MNA/NNU
Micheal Madden, IATSE Local 16
Donal Mahon, ILWU Local 6
Kathleen Malecki, MNA/NNU
Philip Mamber, UE
George Mann, Local 1000, AFM
Elena Marcheschi, IATSE 829
A. Martinez, UAW
Carmen Martino, AAUP-AFT
Robert Maslanka, Chicago Teachers Union
Tom Mathews, Local 12, UNITE HERE New England Joint Board, Boston
Thomas Mathews, UNITE-HERE local 12, Boston, MA
Thomas Matthews, Operating Engineer’s Local 399
Gordon McClelland, Carpenters
Margaret McCormack, CWA-UPTE 9119
David McCullough, UAW, USW, IBT, CWA, ITU, AFT, NEA
Nicholas McDaniels, AFT Local 340
James McGee, UA 520 and ATU
Patricia McHugh, AFT – MRTA retired
Erin McKee, SC AFL-CIO
Colleen McManus, IATSE Local 15
Kevin McNamara, CTA/NEA
Michael Meeropol, Professional Staff Congress
Ed Michael, BLET, IBT, SMART
Thomas Millender, Ironworkers Local 395
Stephanie Millican, WEA
Peter Mitchel, American Federation of Government Employees
Nastaran Mohit, New York State Nurses Association
Jeanine Molloff, AFT/ NEA
Clay Monroe, BLE 724
Ann Montague, SEIU 503
Seth Moore, CWA 7901
Hector Mori, NEA
Jay Mulberry, Chicago Teachers Union
Jo-Ann Murphy, AFL-CIO
Katie Murphy, Massachusetts Nurses Association
David Nack, AFT Local 223
Margaret Nagel, New York State United Teachers
Mary Neal, CSEA
Bryan Nelson, New Labor
Elaine Nelson, Oregon Education Assoc.
Ga nelson, SEIU local 503 opeu
David Newby, AFT 3220
John Newsome, CWA 1101
Jim Nichols, Teamsters Local 728
Sandy Nichols, UAW
Nicholas Norris, AFCSME
Maureen O’Brien, INA
Midge O’Brien, UPE/AFLCIO (ret.)
Angela O’Malley, RBBEA
Vic Oesau, UAW Local 180 retired
Frank Olbris, Univ. Staff Assoc., Mass. Teachers Assoc.
Peter Olney, ILWU
Bill Onasch, ATU Local 1287
Sandy Oncay, CWA Local 1085
Edith Orner, Oregon Education Assoc.
Rodney Orr, UPTE-CWA Local 9119
Jamie Partridge, NALC 82
Elaine Pawlak, IEA/NEA
Joseph Payer, AFSCME Local 31 (Ret.)
Fred Pecker, ILWU
Mercedes Penalver, CWA Local 1101
Cecilia Perry, AFSCME
John Peterson, AFSCME
J. Linda Peterson, AFSCME Local 3214
John Pettigrew, AFSCME Local 3135
Fred Pfeiffer, SEIU, AFSCME
Joan Phillips, retiree–AFSCME
Aubrey Pinder, UAW
Levi Pine, UNITE HERE
Mike Pinney, AFSCME 3336
Alan Podber, AFSCME DC 37; AFM Local 171
Bob Probst, retired local 688
Laura Punnett, Mass. Teachers Association
Robert Quick, USW1435
Peter Rachleff, UALE/CWA
Carol Rathbun, AFSCME
Jim Reagan, Public Employees Federation
Susan Reardon, Pennsylvania Federation-BMWED-IBT
Jim Reiland, 77p teamster
Ray Reiss, USWA
Dominic Renda, CWA
Ramiro Reyes, CWA local 1023
Tonia Reyes Uranga, Miguel Contreras Foundation
Will Ridenour, Council of Academic Professionals
Sergio Rivera, LIUNA Local 1092
Peter Robbins, CWA
Melody Roberts, OPEIU retired
Barbara Rodekohr, IBEW
Larry Rodenstein, AFSCME
Jean Rosd, National Nurses United
Donna Ross, CSEA
Gerome Rothman, Zenkoku Ippan Tokyo General Union
William Runkle, IAMAW, Dist. 98
Deborah Russell, Illinois Federation of Public Employees Local 4408
David Russell, Local 687
Laura Ryan, TWU Local 100
Donald Sanborn, AFT, Local 1600
Gordon Sansaver, UA/WSA/#699
Rebecca Sawyer-Spoon, AFT
Alli Sayre, Teamsters Local 223
Jay Schaffner, Local 802 AFM
Michael Schulte, Carpenters # 156
Joel Schwartz, AFSCME
Bob Schwartz, AFSCME (retired)
Robert Score, IATSE Local One
Rodger Scott, AFT Local 2121
Doug Scott, ATU 85
Judy Seagal, APWU
Vann Seawell, Workers United
Tom Sedor, USWA
Paul Sellnow, AGMA
Steven Serikaku, Local 1, AFT
Kathy Setian, IFPTE Local 20
Peter Shapiro, NALC Branch 82
Alan Shapiro, United Federation of Teachers
Stephen Shea, SEIU
Mike Shearer, CNM Employees Union
Harriet Sheeley, NEA (IEA) Retired
Gregg Shotwell, UAW
Barbara Sinclair, IEA
Lou Sinniger, AFSCME 75
Richard Sipple, Local 134 IBEW
Robert Sisson, District Council 47
Craig Slatin, Massachusetts Teachers Association
Phil Smith, AFT
Lee Smith, IBT (retired)
Michael Smith, LIUNA
John Spagnola, NABET
Kelly Sparks, UAW
Arwen Spicer, Lane Community College Education Association
Kent Spring, NEA
Catherine Stanford, CWA 1032
Aaron Stark, CWA
Sandra Steubing, NYSUT
Con Stoffregen, USW
Marsha Stpierre, IBEW
Richard Strahm, NALC Branch 1433
Clare Strawn, CWA
Michael Stuart, SMWU Local 73
Mark Sturbois, CWA 7901
John Sullivan, UA Steamfitters Local 602
Frank Svejcar, SEIU
Halley Tarr, AFSCME District Council 47
Jodi Tillinghast, IBEW local 48
Linda Tinsley, SEIU
Josue Tirado, UAW #774
Renee Toback, AFGE
Joseph Tonan, Claremont Faculty Association (California Teachers Association)
Michael Townsend, Aft
Jackie Traynere, CWA
James Tucker, UAW
Mary Tulloch, AFT Local 1
Douglass Turner, NY PEF Retirees – Region 2
Nick Unger, NWU-UAW
Lynn Unruh, AFT
Martha Utz, California Nurses Association/ National Nurses United
John Van Eyck, SEIU, CWA
Michael Vanlandingham, Cook County Colleges Teachers Union Local 1600
Susan VanPelt, MNA
Jeanne Vaver, Chicago Teachers Union
Catherine Villecco, 1105
Susan Vorwerk, NEA-R
Karen Wagner, AFT/IFT
Andrew Wagner, ATU Local 1743
Barbara Walden, BCTGM Local 19
Jean Waller, AGMA
Charlie Walp, Steel Worker
Scott Wardinsky, AFM 47
Colette Washington, National Nurses United
Matt Weaver, BMWED of the IBT
Gary Weber, IBEW
Steve Wehr, IATSE LOCAL #15
David Weiner, CWA Local 1081
John Weiss, USW, SEIU
Jon Weissman, NALC Branch 46
Randall Wendy, WEAC
Mark Westphal, USW Local 2-148
Robert Whippo, UAW
William Whitaker, SEIU and AFT retired
Yvonne White, SEIU – IL
Evan Wickersham, AFSCME C75
Robin Williams, PSEA
Melody Williamson, SEIU Local 503
Roger Willman, Laborers International Union of North America
Kent Wilson, AFSCME 31
Rand Wilson, SEIU Local 888
Larry Wittner, United University Professions
Lou Wolf, OPEIU
Bruce Wolf, OPEIU Local 2
Marj Woodruff, AFL-CIO, Moraine Vallery Commuinty College, Adjunct
Steffie Woolhandler, CUNY-PSC Local 2334 of AFT
Roland Wulbert, UPI 4100
Michael Yaates, Operating Engineers
Doug Yamamoto, IUPAT Local 718
Jackie Yenna, IBEW
Cindy Young, Nurses
Dennis Young, OEA/NEA
David Young, ONA (ret)
Lanny Younger, retired AFT
Michael Youther, AFSME
Mark Zatorski, TCU
Bill Zoda, PASNAP
Cliff Zolna, F.O.P. Lodge 7
Betsy Zucker, AFGE 2157
Bennet Zurofsky, LCC & AFM Local 1000

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