Hallandale Beach Protesters to Block Federal Highway Traffic Tonight
The Mardi Gras drama started last year, when ex-workers say they were fired for attempting to organizing a union. The workers filed a complaint in January, and last week a federal workers' rights agency filed a formal complaint that will go court June 25 if it isn't resolved ahead of time. So the issue with the group calling itself the "Mardi Gras 10" is on its way to resolution -- but an organizer of tonight's event, Romane Petit, said it's about more than that.
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