Limited Order Bars Only About 50 Workers from UC One-Day Strike Today

Westwood demonstration during prior 2-day strike

We noted yesterday that UC sought an order through PERB barring certain critical workers from the one-day strike today.

According to the State Worker blog of the Sacramento Bee:

…A judge has banned a relative handful of employees who provide patient care at University of California medical facilities from participating in a statewide strike set for Wednesday.  Sacramento County Superior Court Judge David I. Brown said that a strike by about 50 AFSCME-covered employees, mostly respiratory theratpists, would “create a substantial and imminent threat to the health and safety of the public and patients of the five UC Medical Centers.” Brown issued a temporary restraining order barring that group from a work stoppage…

Full story at http://www.sacbee.com/2013/11/19/5927408/judge-bans-some-university-of.html

The CapitolAlert blog of the Bee reported:

…Lawmakers will join striking University of California workers at picket lines across the state today, backing union members who allege that management cracked down after a previous strike with a campaign of intimidation. Rallying legislators are expected to include Sen. Leland Yee in San Francisco, Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner in Berkeley, Assemblyman Mark Stone in Santa Cruz, Assemblyman Richard Pan in Davis, Sen. Alex Padilla in Los Angeles and Assemblywomen Lorena Gonzalez and Shirley Weber in San Diego…

Source: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2013/11/am-alert-lao-forecasts-californias-post-prop-30-financial-future.html

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