Anaheim Janitors, Ushers Threaten Walkout At Angel Stadium

ANAHEIM (CBS) — The restrooms at Angel Stadium may get far less heavenly over the next few days if workers follow through with their threat to authorize a labor strike in response to a wage freeze instituted by stadium management.

SEIU United Service Workers, the union representing workers at the stadium, voted on Thursday to grant members the right to call a strike at any time, according to a union statement in the Los Angeles Times.

Janitors, ushers and ticket-takers are reportedly the lowest-paid at any of the major stadiums in California.

According to the SEIU, attendance at Anaheim Stadium is the fifth-highest in Major League Baseball.

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  • Ron

    No strikes now. Not in this economy. If there are strikes, then bring in the unemployed. I am sure it has to be better than NO PAY.

    • Stryker 21

      Now round them all up and ship those ILLEGAL ALIENS to their third world toilet country.

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