Dozens fight union fines over strike at Joliet Caterpillar plant
Some two-dozen workers have filed charges against a machinist union in Joliet, alleging it unlawfully fined them for crossing the picket line during a strike last summer against Caterpillar Inc.
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#1 Apr 4, 2013
Unions do NOT represent members anymore! They are nothing but extensions of the democratic party to extort money from it's members. While our government does nothing !!!!!!
#2 Oct 3, 2013
Such activities should be bought in focus so that government can take actions against them. They should be punished for abiding the rules set by law.
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