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Biddeford Hostess Strike: Two Unions at Odds
11/16/2012   Reported By: Tom Porter

The two unions representing Hostess Brands employees have been at odds over the decision to strike. Members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union voted to strike, while members of the Teamsters Union did not. John Richardson is a Maine attorney with many years of experience representing unions in labor disputes. He's also a former state commissioner and Democratic lawmaker. Richardson spoke with Maine Things Considered host Tom Porter about the dispute.

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Labor attorney John Richardson, a former state commissioner and Democratic lawmaker, spoke with Maine Things Considered host Tom Porter about the differences between two unions representing Hostess Brands workers.


 

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