– Re: AMALGAMATED & the ALL WRITS ACT
In Reply To
The NYCDCC & UBCJA are both non-profit corporations, on paper and for IRS purposes. However, the inherent fiduciary duty and the law require the NLRB to support the will of the majority. The irony in in all this, is that the charge is led by expelled and vetoed members and a lawyer who defends mob interests.
Given the newly imposed NLRB "Quickie Elections Rules", Amalgamated is seeking to delay the Vote into late March or early April because they simply do not have the votes.
Three (3) of one-hundred fifty (150) Employers (2%) does not a majority make. They represent 60 of 1,300 potential workers. The GCA & DC needs to terminate their contracts with these employers as their aims run contrary to the consent decree. You want to hang with the mob and push their agenda, then suffer the ramifications of that. Decisions have consequences. They made their bed, now lie in it.
Exactly; and, akin to a regulatory taking, wherein a federal agency creates a justification for a taking without just compensation.