LNI Interpreters

Interpreters deserve professional pay, respect and fairness!

By organizing for power with AFSCME Council 28 (WFSE), LNI interpreters will have the opportunity to negotiate and advocate for improvements.

Local 1671 (Interpreters United) recently concluded negotiations for their 2019-2021 contract.

Let's take a look at the gains:

Dear L&I interpreters,

What are your priorities for the future of LNI Interpreter Services?

Interpreters deserve a voice in shaping th

What’s next for LNI Interpreters?

We are pleased to announce that on March 23, Gov.


Workers organize labor unions primarily to secure better wages and better working conditions.

In AFSCME’s International Constitution, The Bill of Rights for Union Members states: 

Union democracy depends upon two things: an understanding of the union’s procedures and participation. Nowhere is understanding of more importance than in the local unions’ elections process.