MEA Voice Magazine – October 2020 Issue


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4 thoughts on “MEA Voice Magazine – October 2020 Issue

  1. When will MEA start representing all it’s membership. We do not all support Joe Biden! Enough is enough.

    1. Hi, Beth. All MEA endorsements are made by a committee of MEA members based on candidates’ positions on issues that pertain to education and labor. We know there’s no way to represent every voice with one endorsement, and we encourage all of our members to consider becoming active with their screening and recommendation committees. Thanks for making your voice heard!

  2. I like the fact that MEA Voice is printed using paper from responsible sources. What I do not enjoy is the strong odor which has accompanied my last several issues. Paper? Ink? I literally have to read through it and get it outside into my recycling bin as soon as possible. Everything that touches it seems to take on the same odor…

    1. Thanks for the heads-up, Brenda! I’ll pass your concerns along to our print manager and see if we can identify the problem.

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