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by News on September 29, 2011

in State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By Mike Christopherson/

American Crystal Sugar announced Monday afternoon that the National Labor Relations Board had dismissed a claim by the Bakery, Confectory, Tobacco and Grain Millers (BCTGM) union that American Crystal was not negotiating in “good faith” in the time leading up to the current lockout as well as into the lockout. The release from Crystal cited several specific examples in the NLRB’s ruling that indicated the company had moved from its earlier offers and that it was the union that had failed to make appropriate counter-offers.

Reached by the Times after Crystal’s announcement, BCTGM representative John Riskey said the dismissal was not a surprise, and came from a “regional” NLRB.

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