“We will encourage our members not to pick up the slack,” adjunct faculty member Damon Di Cicco said.
As of Tuesday morning, a sign on the door stated, “We are closed. Sorry for the inconvenience.”
Protesters say a local security services company with city contracts is underpaying its workers.
Hillary Clinton’s snub of a national FOP questionnaire sealed the deal for the Pittsburgh police union.
Can Pittsburgh find a way to raise the minimum wage for all workers?