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United Farm Workers to march in Lodi, Galt, Thornton

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Posted: Sunday, August 28, 2011 5:17 pm | Updated: 7:33 am, Thu Sep 1, 2011.

The United Farm Workers will march through Lodi, Galt and Thornton this week on their way to Sacramento for a rally at the State Capitol.

The rally will be held at 4:30 or 5 p.m. on Tuesday at Lodi's Hale Park, late Wednesday afternoon at St. Christopher's Catholic Church in Galt, and mid-day Thursday at Mater Ecclesiae Catholic Church in Thornton.

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3 comments:

  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 1:32 pm on Tue, Aug 30, 2011.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Phillip said it very well. Unions are bad news in most situations for the workers. The bad news comes in many forms.

     
  • phillip montgomery posted at 8:21 pm on Mon, Aug 29, 2011.

    phillip montgomery Posts: 8

    Ask any farm employee what they think of overtime after 8hrs/day 40 hrs/wk and you will get the same response....hell no! These guys know that as soon as that law is in effect they won't get overtime, the farmer will just hire more workers to get the job done and stay under the overtime rules. Farming is different than most industries in that it is so seasonal, most of the workers will just be that much poorer if this law is put in place. Not to mention there will be that many more illegals here to fill in the labor gap once farmers need to hire more people to get the same job done. This is just typical union BS doing anything they can to try and bolster their shrinking ranks.

     
  • Robert Chapman posted at 7:41 pm on Sun, Aug 28, 2011.

    Bob Chapman Posts: 997

    I am all in favor of farm workers receiving fair and equitable wages. Overtime for over 8 ours and/or 40 hours a week. I am also in favor that it is mandatory for employers to
    e-verify all farm workers making sure they are here working in the United States LEGALLY. No phony SSN's or identification. Fair is fair.

     
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