That's their right, but perhaps these picketers
also should have rallied outside of City Hall -- and the state Capitol in Springfield -- to protest the types of poor policy decisions that make it difficult for businesses in Illinois to succeed.
Shots were fired, but they failed to ruffle the picketers
, who had believed them to be blanks.
However, the airline slammed picketers
, saying the main aim of the strike was to orchestrate disruptions that will boost rival airlines.
She added: "Even today in the snow, we've had 150 picketers
That's why I'm supporting the petition by Change.org If the Bill were to become law, it would require all trade unions to have a minimum of 50 per cent ballot and could result in picketers
were on the march, carrying signs that read: "Strike Action is Forced Upon Us!" "Remember the Depressing 30s?" "Parity Prices or Poverty?"
A passer-by on Franklin Boulevard sprang for food from Evergreen Indian Restaurant for picketers
near the campus' main entrance.
One of picketers
, Mazhit Rahimi, said he has been living in Kyrgyzstan for more than 16 years since 1996.
It's unlikely this will have much impact on the number of abortions in the region, but it will make the process less stressful for the women involved (well, except for their having to pass by the weekly picketers
This was a bitter dispute, with one shift captain's house being dynamited and a local policeman being shot in the leg by picketers
. As a result, 100 members of the Glamorgan Constabulary were called in to help police the strike, which lasted from July to October before the men eventually were forced back to work through poverty and hunger.
can be barred from unduly interrupting the flow of business with large signs, bullhorns, shouting and other tactics that can "repel patrons from the business."
Holding one of the leaflets that the picketers
were handing out with Springer's picture on it and a list of demands, West joked that it was a souvenir because there is no such thing as bad publicity.