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BART SEIU1021/ATU 1555 Officers & Negotiating Committee Caves To Management Union Busting Tactics

BART SEIU1021/ATU 1555 Cave To Management Union Busting Tactics-Tell Members To Contact The Union Lawyer Peter Saltzman To Explain Regressive Bargaining
ATU Attorney Outlines 5 PAINFUL Offers Proposed Today by the Unions to Move Towards Settling the BART Strike
Unions today showed willingness to discuss 5 important issues to move toward resolution and protect the riders and members
Oakland, CA – Today, ATU lead attorney Peter Saltzman of the Leonard Carder firm issued the following statement following the issuance of a joint letter from ATU and SEIU.

Crew members: ‘Captain Phillips’ is one big lie

Crew members: ‘Captain Phillips’ is one big lie
http://nypost.com/2013/10/13/crew-members-deny-captain-phillips-heroism/
By Maureen CallahanOctober 13, 2013 | 3:34am
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BART Workers Strike, Threatening San Francisco Commute

BART Workers Strike, Threatening San Francisco Commute
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/19/us/bart-labor-dispute-san-francisco-co...

Ben Margot/Associated Press
Roxanne Sanchez, left, president of Service Employees International Union 1021, spoke Thursday at a news conference.
By ERICA GOODE
Published: October 18, 2013

Anti-labor CA Governor Brown halts AC Transit strike plans

Anti-labor CA Governor Brown halts AC Transit strike plans
http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Governor-halts-AC-Transit-strike-p...
Jill Tucker
Updated 11:09 pm, Wednesday, October 16, 2013

AC Transit workers were pulled from the brink of a strike Wednesday after Gov. Jerry Brown called for an investigation into the contract dispute, the first step toward calling for a 60-day cooling-off period.

BART workers plan to strike Friday "We made concessions, but you can only bend so far before you break,"

BART workers plan to strike Friday
John Wildermuth, Michael Cabanatuan and Jill Tucker
Updated 8:00 pm, Thursday, October 17, 2013


Federal mediator George Cohen, center, arrives at the Nicholas C. Petris State Building to continue with the Bay Area Rapid Transit negotiations, Wednesday October 16, 2013, in Oakland, Calif. Photo: Lacy Atkins, The Chronicle

BART unions announced they planned to strike Friday after the two sides failed to reach an agreement during a marathon bargaining session that lasted nearly 30 hours.

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