Hundreds of port workers are expected to rally Thursday and protest employers’ decisions to halt unloading night shifts at the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports following slowed union negotiations, the Long Beach Press-Telegram reports. The loss of shifts has affected 1,000 workers, according to a International Longshore and Warehouse Union representative. Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Buscaino said on Facebook he would participate in the march.
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