At least as far as the regional director of the National Labor Relations Board is concerned, the allegations of "union busting" at Palermo's fomented by Voces de La Frontera are unsupported by the evidence.
Voces says it will appeal and, I suspect, it will lose again.
That isn't surprising. Voces is a political, if not partisan,
organization with a point of view. I suspect that it will try and push
the law in the direction that it thinks it ought to go. I don't fault it
for that even as I disagree with the direction in which they want to
I do find offputting the efforts at both the Milwaukee and Madison campuses of the University of Wisconsin to use their allocation of tax dollars to support Voces' position.
remember what it was like to think I had the world figured out but
picking the pizza to be served at Camp Randall Stadium is not a
political act. I would rather not have my tax dollars used as a weapon
by ideologues. I don't think I'm alone.
Cross posted at Purple Wisconsin