Willamette Week: A Day in the Oak Harbor Strike

December 5, 2008: Now in their 73rd day of striking, workers and retirees of Oak Harbor Freight Lines rallied today to protest what they call the "unfair labor practices" of their Auburn, Wash.-based employer.

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