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Article 17 G - When an employee believes he or she is being required to work under conditions which are unsafe or unhealthy beyond normal hazards inherent in the operation in question, he or she will refer the matter to the supervisor. The supervisor will make an evaluation of the working conditions and direct the work either be continued or stopped.

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The State of the Union

Both Houses Propose FY 2016 Budgets

Last week both houses of Congress passed proposed budgets for FY 2016 and the contents of these proposals do not bode well for federal employees.

Both proposals would require you and all federal employees to contribute an additional $127 billion of your salary from 2016 through 2025. There are also $32 billion in cuts from the Thrift Savings Plan G-Fund, which would reduce the rate paid to retirees for investments in the G-fund.

The National Border Patrol Council is currently working with AFGE and other affected components to counter the devastating effects of these proposals. It is estimated that there will be further movement on this issue during the second to third week of April. This process is by no means over and the National Border Patrol Council plans to use every tool at its disposal to deal with these budget proposals.

Testimony of Chris Cabrera Before Senate HSGAC Committee

Testimony of Chris Cabrera, on behalf of the National Border Patrol Council, in front of United States Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee March 17, 2015

"Chairman Johnson and Ranking Member Carper, thank you for providing me with the opportunity to testify on behalf of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) and the 16,500 Border Patrol Agents that it represents.


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  4. NBPC Blasts Washington Politics for DHS Funding Battle
  5. NBPC Commends Lawmakers For Seeing Border Problems Firsthand
  6. NBPC Statement on DACA Implementation
  7. NBPC Statement on AUO Decertifications
  8. National Border Patrol Council Opposes H.R. 399

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