Employees at the nonprofit legal services organization Mobilization for Justice have been on strike for 11 weeks. They have gone so far as to ask the City Council to cut off funding to the organization. They have been picketing outside their Manhattan headquarters for nearly three months. The workers, attorneys, paralegals, accountants and support staff are part of Local 2320 of the UAW, and in Feb., 93% voted to reject management’s contract offer. Key issues include salary minimums, yearly cost of living adjustments, and had been health care, which was settled.

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