Los Angeles port strike triggers fears, lobbying by businesses
A national coalition of U.S. business groups is urging an end to a strike at the twin California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach amid fears that a prolonged stand-off will cost the American economy many billions of dollars, and could even spread to the east coast.
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#1 Dec 3, 2012
L.A. families will submit and make every sacrifice demanded of us by our Union Masters. We surrendered our voices in govt and enslaved own families to the Union when we failed to Pass Prop32 which confirmed our preference for Taxation Without Representation for All non Union families in Calif.
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