News-Press NLRB Hearing Ends

Wednesday, January 10, 2007
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Arthur%20%26%20Co%20Web.jpgEven less people came for the second day of the National Labor Relations Board hearing about News-Press management's objections to the newsroom's unionization vote. After yesterday's proceedings (see reports on the morning session here and the afternoon session here), it was Teamsters attorney Ira Gottlieb's turn to put witnesses on the stand and show why the "laboratory conditions" required for a unionization vote were not comprised by the four objections raised by newspaper management.

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