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It’s a great year to become a homeowner!

Start the new year focused on your homeownership goals. After all, buying or refinancing a home is probably the biggest financial decision you’ll make in 2022. The experts at Union Plus Mortgage Company know that and want to help guide you through the process. 


Start with an easy online application for a variety of loan options including conventional, FHA and VA loans. 


If you become a Union Plus Mortgage holder, after one year you’ll be protected by special hardship assistance if you ever become disabled, laid off or experience other eligible financial hardship. 


So, if you’re ready for a mortgage that’s designed for you, contact Union Plus Mortgage Company today. NMLS Number 1561829.


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Take Part in a National Action: Sideline the Filibuster

Take Part in a National Action: Sideline the Filibuster

American democracy is under threat today. But any attempt to safeguard it is being blocked by the filibuster, an archaic legislative tactic leftover from the Jim Crow Era that is being used to stop any meaningful efforts to protect our elections and expand the right to vote.

The John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2021 and the Freedom to Vote Act are two pieces of legislation that are vital to safeguarding our increasingly fragile democracy. But without sidelining the filibuster, they have virtually no chance of being signed into law. It shouldn’t be this difficult to pass laws that help people -- especially ones supported by a majority of voters and non-voters alike.

Call or write your senators and tell them the choice is clear: Sideline the filibuster, not the hopes, aspirations and representation of America’s people.

Office Closed on Martin Luther King Day

Please note, the office will be closed on January 17th, 2022 in celebration of Martin Luther King.

STATEMENT BY THE OFFICE AND PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION ON THE ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE JAN. 6 INSURRECTION



As we mark the one-year anniversary of the dark day in American history when militants stormed the U.S. Capitol in a deadly attempt to overturn the will of the people, we must renew our commitment to protecting truth and democracy by ensuring voting rights for all Americans.

We must also hold those responsible for the attacks accountable, from every rioter who desecrated our Capitol to those politicians who spurred them on and continue to spread hate and extremism. We can accept nothing less than full accountability for those who continue to threaten our democracy by brazenly spreading lies about our elections and government to serve their own self-interests. 

We must protect our fragile democracy by preventing partisan politics from sabotaging our elections. We demand our senators exercise their majority and pass the Freedom to Vote Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act to create national standards that protect every Americans' right to vote, ensure every vote is counted and prevent partisan politicians from sabotaging the results of our elections.

Notice of Nominations & Election Online (via Zoom)

Wednesday, January 19, 2022 6:00 p.m. Central Time

MEMBERS – Due to the ongoing pandemic, and to ensure proper social distancing, the Union will be conducting our Local Nominations Meeting live and online via Zoom.)

Nominations for the offices of :
• President
• Vice President
• Secretary-Treasurer
• Recording Secretary
• Two (2) Health Facilities Sectors Representatives
• One (1) Public Utilities Sector Representative
• One (1) Public Employees Sector Representative
• One (1) Unions Sector Representative
• One (1) Miscellaneous Sector Representative

Nominations will be accepted at the regularly scheduled membership meeting on January 19, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. Central Time virtually via Zoom.

Register for the meeting athttps://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAsceivqD4sGd3C-zdjp1_vS6kU_ltTfPTL 

Now is the perfect time to save on that crown or root canal!

It’s a new year and time to get that expensive dental work done. Save 20% to 50% on routine and major dental work with the Union Plus Dental Discount Plan. Plans start at just $7.95/month or $79.00/year.*


Save on:

  • Root canals, crowns, extractions

  • Bridges, dentures

  • Annual exams, cleanings. fillings, X-rays


Compatible with HSAs and FSAs. No limits on use. Large network of providers. 

 

Disclaimer:
**+$10 one-time, non-refundable processing fee. THIS PLAN IS NOT INSURANCE and is not intended to replace health insurance. This plan does not meet the minimum creditable coverage requirements under M.G.L. c.111M and 956 CMR 5.00. This plan is not a Qualified Health Plan under the Affordable Care Act. This is not a Medicare prescription drug plan. The range of discounts will vary depending on the type of provider and service. The plan does not pay providers directly. Plan members must pay for all services but will receive a discount from participating providers. The list of participating providers is at Union Plus Discount Dental Plan. A written list of participating providers is available upon request. You may cancel within the first 30 days after effective date or receipt of membership materials (whichever is later) and receive a full refund, less a nominal processing fee (nominal fee for MD residents is $5, AR and TN residents will be refunded processing fee). Discount Plan Organization and administrator: Careington International Corporation, 7400 Gaylord Parkway, Frisco, TX 75034; phone 800-441-0380.

This plan is not available in Vermont or Washington.

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General Member Meeting

The November General Membership Meeting will be held both in person at the OPEIU Local 12 office at 2277 Hwy 36 Roseville, MN and on Zoom. Please join us as we handle general business and vote on the constitutional changes

When: Nov 16, 2022 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

On October, 26th, the Executive Board called a special called General Membership Meeting to read into the minutes the changes of the constitution implemented by the Constitution Committee that will be voted on at the General Membership Meeting on November 16th, 2022 at 6pm.

We invite you to attend this meeting to vote on the changes here.

Thank you.
OPEIU Local 12 Executive Board.