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February 17, 1989 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
In an unlikely setting for a farm labor dispute, Stanford University faces a deadline today over whether it will support unionization of 57 farmhands living and working in substandard conditions on university-owned property next to the sprawling campus. The deadline was set Wednesday morning by the university's own on-campus union, United Stanford Workers. The union has given Stanford officials until noon to decide if it will accept the union as the official representative of the farm workers.
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February 17, 1989 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
In an unlikely setting for a farm labor dispute, Stanford University faces a deadline today over whether it will support unionization of 57 farmhands living and working in substandard conditions on university-owned property next to the sprawling campus. The deadline was set Wednesday morning by the university's own on-campus union, United Stanford Workers. The union has given Stanford officials until noon to decide if it will accept the union as the official representative of the farm workers.
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