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CSEA President Danny Donohue outraged at anti-labor groups harassing public employees

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ALBANY, N.Y. -- CSEA President Danny Donohue issued the following statement today: 
"It is an outrage that anti-union groups funded by corporate CEOs and the wealthy have been contacting public employees using their work email addresses to promote their own agenda to defund and bust unions. These groups are exploiting and harassing our members.

This latest attack on working people is a clear violation of employer policy, as well as a violation of workers' privacy."

"Who are these people, anyway? Why do they want me to quit my union? They need to leave me alone. I've made my decision, and I'm sticking with our union," said Kim Wallace-Russo, a New York State employee.

"Our members are angry at this latest attempt to exploit working people and they will not be fooled," Donohue said.

About CSEA:

The Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) is one of the largest and most influential unions in New York and the United States. CSEA has about 300,000 members and represents state, county, municipal, school district, child care, and private sector employees. Formed in 1910, CSEA has improved the lives of hardworking New Yorkers for more than 100 years, and is the largest affiliate of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). For more information, go to CSEANY.org.