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LaborUnion Exposes Wage Theft, Gross Negligence at Sisters' Camelot, Calls for Resignation of Managing Collective

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Union Exposes Wage Theft, Gross Negligence at Sisters' Camelot, Calls for Resignation of Managing Collective

MINNEAPOLIS-- The labor dispute at Sisters’ Camelot took a new turn this week, as serious negligence and illegal activity by the Sisters’ Camelot managing collective was uncovered by the IWW Sisters’ Camelot Canvass Union. On April 10 two canvass union members conducted a routine search on the Minnesota Secretary of State and Attorney General’s websites to access publicly available legal documents. To their surprise, Sisters’ Camelot was not listed on either website, and they placed a call to both departments inquiring why. What they discovered was shocking: Sisters’ Camelot is not listed on these websites because it is not considered a legitimate organization by the state of Minnesota.

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