Judge to ILWU: Don't Impede Terminal Operations

September 9, 2011: A U.S. District Court judge in Tacoma on Thursday enjoined International Longshore and Warehouse Union picketers from engaging in violence and impeding rail or ship traffic at the new EGT grain terminal in Longview, Wash.

Larry Clarke, EGT’s chief executive officer, said the company plans to bring the grain export terminal fully online.

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