Agriculture

August 31, 2014 1:54 PM

Fresno County labor conflict keeps Gerawan workers in limbo

A months-long battle between one of Fresno County's largest fruit growers and the United Farm Workers union is coming to a head: Both sides will soon square off at an administrative hearing that could decide whether the union will represent more than 3,000 of the company's workers.

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