Gould admits ALRB might not be able to separate its probes from union advocacy

Masked UFW militants, with ALRB backing, trespass on Cedar Point Nursery to try to force a union contract on the workers. (Photo: Pacific Legal Foundation)

Agricultural employers have a “legitimate concern” that the ALRB might not be able to “firewall” its investigations from its “education” of workers to accept union contracts, the ALRB’s own chairman admits. “I think that is a legitimate concern, and it’s something we want to make sure is addressed in the final rule” later this year, ALRB chief William B. Gould IV tells the Los Angeles Times. In January, Gould publicly…

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