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L.A. city sanitation workers disciplined for on-duty protest
L.A. city sanitation workers disciplined for on-duty protest

Months after dozens of city trash trucks circled Los Angeles' civic center as part of a union-backed protest, a city official said more than 100 sanitation workers have been disciplined for taking part in the demonstration while they were on duty. Enrique Zaldivar, who heads the Bureau of Sanitation, said the 102 workers received written reprimands for engaging in "workplace wrongdoing." He declined to provide specifics, but said workers were warned they would face more consequences if it occurs again. The hulking trash and wastewater trucks descended on downtown L.A., horns blaring, for the July 1 demonstration sponsored by Fix L.A., an advocacy group whose members...

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