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TriMet, a public transit agency, has spent a bundle to keep the public out of its meetings.
Oregon Democrat Kurt Schrader joined Greg Walden and 215 other Republicans in voting for it.
Otherwise exemplary pro-union workers are being fired for what appear like trivial pretexts.
The company has refused to meet with their union, and has now fired as many as six union supporters.
Freedom Foundation is showing up at workplaces and knocking on doors in Washington and Oregon to try to talk workers out of paying union dues.
In just three months, the new Board has reversed major gains.
The ruling has national ramifications, but whether the welders can unionize is again up to the Seattle NLRB office.
The company hopes a new Trump-appointed NLRB majority will vindicate its lawlessness.
Freedom Foundation is attacking Laborers Local 483 and others.
It’s the latest action by the Burgerville Workers Union, which has been campaigning for affordable health benefits and a $5 an hour raise.