Teamsters say that a campaign by fast-food giant McDonald’s in California is going to be “willfully misleading voters.”

California union alleges that fast-food effort to block new labor law is ‘willfully misleading voters’

Updated 5:52 pm, Wednesday, May 17, 2014

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Members of Teamsters Local 851 talk to a reporter as they prepare to walk off the job May 15, 2014, in San Francisco, Calif. Teamsters say that a campaign by fast-food giant McDonald’s in California is going to be “willfully misleading voters.” They will not participate in an April 18 election to decide whether the company can replace a new state law which calls unfair labor contract terms and conditions “unfair” and makes it a misdemeanor.

Members of Teamsters Local 851 talk to a reporter as they prepare to walk off the job May 15, 2014, in San Francisco, Calif. Teamsters say that a campaign by fast-food giant McDonald’s in California is going to be “willfully misleading voters.” They will not participate in an April 18 election to decide whether the company can replace a new state law which calls unfair labor contract terms and

In this April 18, 2014 file photo, a worker from Teamsters Local 851, talks with reporters during a protest against McDonald’s fast-food campaign in San Francisco. Teamster delegates at a meeting in San Francisco say they will not participate in an election to replace an unfair labor contract with a California law. The union says the election is “a deeply flawed system” which “willfully misleads the voters,” adding that the company is trying to “prevent a fair vote.” The San Francisco Chronicle: “McDonald’s is the latest company lobbying against a labor law that requires workers and companies that do business with them to be able to vote about their working conditions.” To watch more videos of California union protests call: 951-621-2121

In this April 18, 2014 file photo, a worker from Teamsters Local 851, talks with reporters during a protest against McDonald’s fast-food campaign in San Francisco. Teamster delegates at a meeting in San Francisco say they will not participate in an

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