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October 8, 1992 | CHARISSE JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hundreds of school bus drivers have voted to go on strike if an agreement cannot be reached between their union and the company that contracts its services to the Los Angeles Unified School District, officials said Wednesday. Union officials said members of Teamsters Local 572 overwhelmingly authorized a strike Tuesday, allowing negotiators to call for such action if a settlement cannot be reached with Laidlaw, the company that provides the school district with about 25% of its buses.
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August 2, 2000
Bus drivers and mechanics from the state-administered Compton Unified School District held a mock funeral procession Tuesday to protest the privatization of the district's transportation department. At least 75 workers, union representatives and their supporters demonstrated against a $3-million contract recently awarded by Randall Ward, the district's state-appointed administrator, to First Student, a private bus company.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 2000
Bus drivers and mechanics from the state-administered Compton Unified School District held a mock funeral procession Tuesday to protest the privatization of the district's transportation department. At least 75 workers, union representatives and their supporters demonstrated against a $3-million contract recently awarded by Randall Ward, the district's state-appointed administrator, to First Student, a private bus company.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1992 | CHARISSE JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hundreds of school bus drivers have voted to go on strike if an agreement cannot be reached between their union and the company that contracts its services to the Los Angeles Unified School District, officials said Wednesday. Union officials said members of Teamsters Local 572 overwhelmingly authorized a strike Tuesday, allowing negotiators to call for such action if a settlement cannot be reached with Laidlaw, the company that provides the school district with about 25% of its buses.
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