Don't miss Union Strong Night at Citi Field! 

NY Mets vs. Washington Nationals
Saturday, September 3rd at 7:15 p.m.

You are cordially invited to join your union family for our annual Day At The Races, July 21, 2022 from 11am - 6pm, to benefit the New York State AFL-CIO Committee on Politi

Join us on Friday, July 29th for Union Strong Night at Yankee Stadium! Discounted tickets are available to union members and their families. Ticket prices

 It goes without saying that cutting health care funding in any way during the worst health care crisis in our history makes no sense at all. Likewise, cutting any other vital public services – mental health, education, transportation, assistance for the elderly or the many other vital public programs that support our communities will be counterproductive to a quick recovery.

On behalf of the 2.5 million members of the New York State AFL-CIO I want to wish everyone in the New York State legislature and all labor representatives who work in Albany a healthy and Happy New Year. Given the circumstances of the ongoing heath crisis caused by the pandemic and the disastrous effect that it has had on our economy, our jobs and the state budget, it would be an understatement to say we have challenging times ahead.

Albany, NY - "We congratulate New York’s Senior Senator Chuck Schumer on his imminent elevation to Majority Leader.  We also thank Georgia’s Labor Movement and union members from New York and all across the country who helped deliver Tuesday’s victory for working people," said Mario Cilento, president of the New York State AFL-CIO.

There is a new president of the union that represents New York State Police Investigators. On this podcast, Tim Dymond talks about changes and challenges ahead for law enforcement and what he wants people to know about the investigators he represents.

Albany - “We fully support the dedicated professional nurses represented by NYSNA who have the experience and expertise vital to the health and well-being of their patients, particularly now during the pandemic,” said Mario Cilento, president of the New York State AFL-CIO. 

"They have been standing up for the patients who depend on them and putting their own health at risk but unfortunately have been given no other choice than to strike.