Just a little over a year after the 24 local drivers for Goodwill Industries voted to join the Teamsters, the union faces a decertification vote. Jesus Ramos, left, an employee for the donation site in the Kennewick Fred Meyer parking lot, helps unload donations Monday into one of the trailers.
Just a little over a year after the 24 local drivers for Goodwill Industries voted to join the Teamsters, the union faces a decertification vote. Jesus Ramos, left, an employee for the donation site in the Kennewick Fred Meyer parking lot, helps unload donations Monday into one of the trailers. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Just a little over a year after the 24 local drivers for Goodwill Industries voted to join the Teamsters, the union faces a decertification vote. Jesus Ramos, left, an employee for the donation site in the Kennewick Fred Meyer parking lot, helps unload donations Monday into one of the trailers. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Teamsters union may dissolve after 15 months at Goodwill

November 28, 2016 07:57 PM

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