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9/19/2005

Two Change-to-Win unions battle over Edison workers

Source: NJ.COM

At the national level, the Service Employees International Union and the United Food and Commercial Workers are allies.

The SEIU and the UFCW are part of the Change-to-Win coalition that broke from the AFL-CIO this summer.

But in Edison, locals of the two unions are on opposite sides of a battle involving one of the state's largest developers and managers of office buildings. (MORE>>>)

All of this comes on the heels of SEIU last Friday releasing an internal memo (Source: Working Life) announcing it had reached a "no raiding" agreement with the AFL-CIO affiliated American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).

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