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Please contact your Representative now and ask them to make sure that funding for the First Responders Presumed Coverage Fund remains in the budget bill.
Great Turn-out at First Responders Presumption Law Rally in Lansing
Over 150 members from Locals from all across the State attended this important rally in Lansing on Tuesday, March 8th. Members partipated in a rally and press conference to promote funding for the First Reponders Presumption Law and then moved inside the Capitol to speak directly to Senators.
We Need You! We are looking for several members to serve on MPFFU Committees and to fill the newly created positions of Communication Coordinator and Education & Training Coordinator. Click on the links for more information.
The Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union 52nd Biennial Convention was held in Dearborn on May 3-4-5, 2016. Click here for a summary of the convention action.
The final version of the resolutions can be found here.
Brothers and Sisters of the MPFFU,Thank you so much for your endorsement of my candidacy for IAFF 8thDistrict at the 2016 MPFFU Conference held this week in Dearborn. It was great to visit with old friends and meet new local leaders at your 52nd Conference. Your rich labor history is a great legacy of which you should be proud. It is also a foundation that continues to drive the MPFFU and its affiliates when faced with the challenges before us as professional fire fighters.Thank again for your commitment to our profession and our future.Stay safe,
Mark SandersCandidate for IAFF 8th District VP513-255-8287
What's New at MPFFU A021 Fire Fighters Assistance Program
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Click here for a recent article about suicide in the fire service.
MPFFU License Plate
The branch offices of the Secretary of State now require individuals to provide proof of MPFFU membership to obtain the MPFFU License Plate. You must show either your IAFF membership card or a letter from the MPFFU verifying that you are a member or eligible retiree to obtain the plate. Please call 734-675-0206 to obtain a proof of membership letter. If you see a non-member with the MPFFU plate on their vehicle, please contact the MPFFU with the plate number. The SOS will make the individual return the plate if they are not a member of our organization.