35th International Convention - Las Vegas, NV (2002)


  1. Affordable Health Care for All
  2. Labor Law Refom: It's Time for a New Deal
  3. Opposing Charitable Choice
  4. Unsung Heroes: Recognizing Classified School Employees
  5. Home Care Worker Organizing
  6. Minimum Wage
  7. Stopping Domestic Violence at Work
  8. Continuing the Fight Against Privatization
  9. Increasing Member Participation in Organizing Campaigns
  10. Retaining Veterans Job Services in the U.S. Department of Labor
  11. Joint Training and Workforce Development Program
  12. AFSCME Strategic Plan for the Future
  13. Developing a Union Agenda for Shaping Change in Government
  14. Employment Security and the Workforce System
  15. Election Reform
  16. Stop General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) expansion
  17. PEOPLE Checkoff
  18. Continuing the Fight to Bring Collective Bargaining Rights to All Public Workers
  19. Collective Bargaining Rights for Federal Employees
  20. Collective Bargaining
  21. Professional Liability Emergency
  22. Nursing Home Staffing Standards
  23. AFSCME Latino Initiative
  24. Contraceptive Equity
  25. Running Successful Contract Campaigns
  26. Opposing Recommendations of President Bush's Commission on Social Security
  27. AFSCME and Corrections: Here to Stay
  28. Civil Service Reform
  29. Retiree Pension System PEOPLE Checkoff
  30. Recovery of Federal Employment Rights for State Workers
  31. Transportation Funding
  32. Establish a National Conference for Transportation Employees
  33. Suburban Sprawl and Smart Growth
  34. Transportation of Nuclear Waste
  35. Opposing Mandatory Overtime for Nurses
  36. Unemployment Insurance Devolution
  37. AFSCME Stewards In Action Training Program
  38. PEOPLE Training and Education
  39. Public Library Services
  40. Higher Education
  41. Self Determination for Tibet
  42. Adoption Support Enhancements
  43. Addressing Health Care Worker Shortages
  44. Funding and Standards for Child Care
  45. Support Living Wage Legislation
  46. Fair Bargaining Laws
  47. Revised Drug Testing Laws
  48. Organizing Law Enforcement Workers
  49. Eating Disorder Research (Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia)
  50. Economic and Social Issues Facing Domestic Partners
  51. Preserving and Strengthening Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and the Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
  52. Violence in Social Service Workplaces
  53. Support for Federal Law Enforcement Legislation
  54. Opposing "Takeovers" of Public Schools
  55. Equal Protection for All Head Start Employees
  56. Head Start Programs
  57. Emergency Preparedness in the Workplace
  58. Voter Registration
  59. Social Service Caseloads
  60. Defending Civil and Union Rights
  61. Protecting Indian Children and Families
  62. Transitional Jobs
  63. Labor Needs an Independent Voice in the Media
  64. Independent Political Action to Defend Our Jobs and Services
  65. Civil Rights
  66. The Crisis in Prescription Drugs
  67. Fighting the Bush Agenda
  68. Meeting the Challenges of the 2004 Elections and a New Political Environment
  69. No More Enrons
  70. Protecting Quality Public Services During a Fiscal Crisis
  71. Organizing Jurisdictions
  72. AFSCME Structure — Multi-affiliate States
  73. Mobilizing Members for the Labor 2002 Program
  74. Increased Protection for Trade Unionists in Colombia
  75. Commitment of All AFSCME Councils and Locals to Organizing
  76. Target 5000: When Workers Run, Workers Win
  77. Immigrant Workers Issues
  78. Secession