UTU Merger on Hold

June 27, 2008: In a victory for rank-and-file democracy, Judge John Adams has issued a preliminary injunction stopping the merger of the United Transportation Union and the Sheet Metal Workers.

The preliminary injunction puts the merger on hold until the disputed merger can be resolved.

Click here to read more in Traffic World.

Click here to read the judge’s injunction.

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