The paid official portrait photographer for the California legislature has issued a written warning to Pick Justice, telling us we can’t use his photo of former lawmaker Isadore Hall in our new YouTube video because he owns the copyright.
Here’s our latest YouTube video. It’s about Isadore Hall, the latest example of California’s crony corruption.
Isadore Hall, the politician appointed to replace William B. Gould on the ALRB, has gotten slammed for “ethics issues” by Congresswoman Nanette Barragán.
Isadore Hall, who awaits Senate confirmation as the newest member of the Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB), may have violated a federal campaign corruption law during his failed 2016 congressional campaign.
Never effective at anything except depriving farmworkers of their votes, the state Agricultural Labor Relations Board is spinning out in self-destruct mode.
Does the Equitable Food Initiative get paid to look the other way, to ignore workplace violations of companies that it certifies?
Alpine Fresh is a Florida-based agriculture company that’s in league with the UFW, even though its workers are not UFW members.
California’s organized farm worker movement is in such a state of collapse that the New York Times has started to pay attention.
The ALRB’s newest member has such a thin skin that he’s blocked Pick Justice from Twitter.