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Cafeteria Workers at the U.S. Senate and Capitol Face Layoffs, With Plenty of Blame to Go Around

Posted on AllSides July 15th, 2022
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Newly unionized cafeteria workers at the U.S. Senate and Capitol may be laid off this month, a victim of a contract squabble between a Congressional agency and the vendor that employs them.

In November roughly 137 food service employees in the Senate and Capitol cafeterias unionized with UNITE HERE, a union representing 300,000 workers across industries including hospitality, manufacturing, and transportation.

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