04 25 2015
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Pacific NW Carpenters Union

Leonard Fearn is a hospital administrator and the president of the American Federation of Government Employees Local 2157. He spoke with The Skanner News about why a career in government service is a good idea, and what his union does to give each member the best opportunities possible.

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"I have no hammer – the only hammer I have is my bully pulpit," she said. "We really think that these three things with the joint legislative audits committee, meeting with agency directors or division heads, and the follow-up audits, that we are seeing greater compliance in terms of recommendations."

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