In the News
Amid heated allegations of state cronyism and racism, the California state Senate voted along party lines to confirm Isadore Hall to the Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB).
Allegations of “cronyism” have gotten under Senate leader Kevin de Leon’s skin.
News reports about an ALRB administrative ruling show a misunderstanding about a big issue: The difference between ALRB’s enforcement for the UFW, and a real decision by a real judge in a real court of law.
Joaquin Arambula doesn’t support Central Valley farmworkers.
The California state government has pulled down electronic copies of a damning 2015 audit of the Agricultural Labor Relations Board.
A Fresno Bee column says out loud what a lot of people in the Central Valley have been saying quietly to themselves but seldom out loud: The ALRB and UFW are “partners in crime.”
The ALRB and UFW are so openly against farmworkers that they have damaged Cesar Chavez’s legacy.
The UFW has cheated is own employees of their wages, and must pay them $885,000 in back pay, a Monterey County court has found.
In a historic gesture of solidarity, the County of Fresno has officially recognizes that the ALRB has been abusing thousands of farmworkers.