Today in the city Los Lunas 17.10.2019

Rideshare drivers and union workers march at Los Angeles airport block traffic to demand better rights

Hundreds of Southland workers marched in the streets near Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday (October 2), calling on elected officials to support unionization and snarling traffic Wednesday.

Airport employees and rideshare drivers started the march around 11 a.m., supporting the "Unions for All" movement.

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