Julie Butcher

SEIU Local 721

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Negotiator for SEIU Local 721, which is a member of the Coalition of LA City Unions

Julie Butcher on KCRW

LA Mayor Villaraigosa has been telling the anti-labor Governor of Wisconsin that "collective bargaining works."

LA City Unions Vote on the Mayor's Labor Deal

LA Mayor Villaraigosa has been telling the anti-labor Governor of Wisconsin that "collective bargaining works."

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