Workers At Two Santa Cruz Starbucks Stores Vote To Unionize

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Santa Cruz Starbucks Stores First In California To Unionize

Two Starbucks stores in Santa Cruz have voted to become the first in the state to unionize.  Since January, more than 20 Starbucks stores in California have started the process to unionize – joining hundreds of others across the U.S. 

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