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Help From Alabama Workers Being Denied in New Jersey Because They're Non-Union

GoodWitchGlinda Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 2:43 PM
Sorry. Your websites prove my point. One story says that the Alabama workers went to Seaside, JCP&L was on the scene and said their help was needed on Long Island. Why did Alabama want to work in Seaside when utility workers were already on the scene? Your Alabama workers are making an issue out of common sense; not union vs non-union.

Utility crews from Alabama ready to help hurricane stricken and desperate people in New Jersey without power have been told to "stand down" and some are already headed back home. Why? Because they're non-union workers. Keep in mind there are still millions of people in New Jersey without power and many who have been stranded for days as a result. The crews drove 900 miles to reach the area effected by Sandy and this is how they were received:

Crews from Huntsville, as well as Decatur Utilities and Joe Wheeler out of Trinity headed up there this...