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Non-Union Electrical Workers Being Turned Away From Hurricane Relief Efforts In New Jersey

Power has been out in parts of New York and New Jersey for a week now, and the latest news report indicate that it could be out for another ten days. Things have gotten so bad that in New York City citizens have taken to dumpster diving for food. So, when qualified electrical workers from [...] The post Non-Union Electrical Workers Being Turned Away From Hurricane Relief Efforts In New Jersey appeared first on Say Anything.
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Utility companies and electrical union reject rumors that non-union crews banned from storm relief

US Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos (2 years ago)

The right's usual ways of bashing union workers are a little more difficult when unionized public employees and utility workers are busting their asses to get New Jersey, New York, and other states affected by Hurricane Sandy back t... Read Post

So, The IBEW Really Did Put Unionization Ahead of Hurricane Recovery Efforts #ObamasKatrina

US Politics / Conservative : RedState (2 years ago)

There’s been a lot of denials going on since last Friday when it came to light that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) may have turned away non-union crews from helping in hurricane ravaged New Jersey because... Read Post

New York Union Members Scream Profanities At Non-Union Workers Helping With Hurricane Relief

US Politics / Conservative : Say Anything Blog (2 years ago)

I wrote previously about non-union electrical workers being turned away from helping get the power back on in New Jersey. The unions reacted quickly to that story making headlines, denouncing it and claiming that union and non-union... Read Post


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