Now It's The BART Board That May Leave Commuters In The Lurch
Professor William B. Gould comments on continuing complications in negotiations for better conditions for BART employees in The San Francisco Business Times.
It’s starting to look like it will be BART’s board that throws commuters a curve.
The board “appears likely Thursday to reject four-year contracts that Amalgamated Transit and Service Employee International members ratified Nov. 1.”
“There is certainly some kind of screw-up,” William B. Gould IV, emeritus professor at the Stanford Law School and former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, told the Wall Street Journal.