ILA Walk OffAfter the protracted and disruptive labor negotiations on the west coast, is it wrong, as a west coast centric carrier, to get a small amount of satisfaction knowing we are not alone when International Longshore Association (ILA) members walked off the job in New York/New Jersey last Friday?

There was no official explanation given, but Jim McNamara ILA spokesman was heard on a New York radio station saying the walk off was a result of a dispute with the Waterfront Commission over hiring practices.  The Waterfront Commission was founded more than sixty years ago to address corruption on the docks.
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Okay, it probably is wrong.  But still….

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