WASHINGTON — The breakaway group of UNITE HERE, claiming to represent 150,000 members, is moving to form a separate entity after 15 local boards voted to disaffiliate from the parent union last Saturday, officials said Thursday.
Three joint board managers — from New York, Philadelphia and a Western States regional — said they and other officials representing the local boards that voted to disaffiliate had resigned from the parent union and are holding discussions on forming a new organization.
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