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Vol. 76/No. 45      December 10, 2012

Calif. postal workers protest
privatization, layoffs, cuts
Militant/Kevin Cole

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—In the pouring rain, more than 60 postal workers and their supporters marched Nov. 17 from the state capitol to the California Air Resources Board to protest the privatization that day of postal truck fleet operations in California and related job losses and service cuts. The stormy weather dampened the signs, but not the spirits.


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