War on Boston Schools Bus Drivers' Union Leader: Criminal Charges

Veolia, the international corporation that has the contract to operate Boston-owned school buses, continues its battle against Boston bus drivers' union representative USW 8751 with an assist from the Boston Police Department.


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Globe columnist Lawrence Harmon says no one likes the bus drivers union. He attributes the growth of the hospitality union to their flexible attitude, and implies that the bus drivers union would grow if only they'd be so flexible, even while noting the school committee's decision to take 7th and 8th grade children off school buses and put them on the MBTA. The comments are interesting.

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