More than 14,500 dockworkers could st...

More than 14,500 dockworkers could strike Sunday

There are 1 comment on the News Observer story from Dec 26, 2012, titled More than 14,500 dockworkers could strike Sunday. In it, News Observer reports that:

More than 300 shipyard workers in North Carolina could stop loading and unloading cargo ships as of midnight Saturday, the result of stalled contract talks that threaten to idle more than 14,500 dockworkers at 15 of the nation's major shipping ports.

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greedy unins

Southampton, PA

#1 Dec 28, 2012
Union dock workers only make $124,138 a year.why shouldn't go on strike,They also have Obama in their pocket,I hope these 14,500 Union workers along with the 15,000 former Twinkie workers enjoy the New Year,this is just another nail in the greedy Unions coffin...HE HE

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