UFW is focusing its operations offshore, union co-founder Dolores Huerta says.
Farmworkers are entitled to work up to 60 hours a week under present law. A UFW-backed measure to slash the work day to 40 hours a week will cost workers up to one-third of their income, according to a column in the Sacramento Bee.
California’s pay-to-play political establishment showed itself again.
How can a group with a tiny membership claim to represent the vast majority who are not members?
The first fruit-picking prototype robot proves that it is practical to harvest apples by machine.
For the first time in history, lawmakers denounced the ALRB from the Senate floor as a “corrupt” organization.
ALRB-boardmember-for-life Genevieve Shiroma, long accused of bias on the agricultural panel, got a party-line Senate confirmation this week for yet another term.
UFW President Arturo Rodriguez is bragging that his union will raise farmworkers’ salaries by a whopping 50 percent in 5 years.
Dues-paying members of the United Farm Workers ought to ask union president Arturo Rodriguez what he’s doing with the 3 percent of their salary that the UFW takes out of their paychecks.
Genevieve Shiroma, the controversial ALRB member, has been allowed to ignore state impartiality standards since her first term began in 1999.