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Since October 2003, Utah JwJ has been building community support for the 74 workers at the Kingston-owned Co-Op mine who were illegally fired from their jobs. In July, the National Labor Relations Board ordered the Kingston family to reinstate the fired workers with back pay. Now, the NLRB is deciding who gets to vote in a union election – the workers who are being exploited, or members of the Kingston family who also work in the mine. Please take a moment to urge the NLRB not to allow Kingston family members to vote in the union election.
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