The International Longshoremen’s Association took its fight against a stevedore's use of non-ILA labor — to unload military ammunition in Charleston — to the nation's capital. Roughly 80 ILA members picketed the Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C., protesting Portus contracting the International Union of Operating Engineers to load ships at the Naval Weapons Station in Charleston.
ILA Takes Marine Contract Protest to DC (Video)
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