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Court Throws Out Restraining Order Against SEIU
Date:4/22/2008

California Superior court dismisses illegal temporary restraining order

filed last week by California Nurses Association as publicity stunt

OAKLAND, Calif., April 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A California Superior court today dismissed a temporary restraining order against the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and SEIU President Andy Stern filed last week as a publicity stunt by the California Nurses Association (CNA). The decision comes after the court had an opportunity to review video footage submitted by SEIU yesterday of the incidents that CNA falsely claimed to be "stalking," and on the heels of an anti-Strategic Lawsuit to Prevent Public Participation motion, also filed yesterday by SEIU, against the CNA to prevent CNA from further efforts to silence critics of its divisive tactics.

"For months, CNA leaders have made inaccurate and exaggerated claims trying to cover up their own anti-union tactics in Ohio and other states. They have produced doctored 'evidence,' they have made phony allegations and they have cried wolf," said Andy Stern, SEIU International President. "Today's court decision shows the public what the CNA is really about, but that's little comfort for the thousands of Ohio nurses and hospital workers who saw their dreams of forming a union destroyed by the CNA. It's time Rose Ann DeMoro and the CNA wake up and apologize to the workers they hurt."

The Alameda County Superior Court ordered the temporary restraining order be thrown out this afternoon after reviewing affidavits and other information- including video footage showing what the CNA called "5 male staffers harassing CNA Board members" was actually a 54 year-old registered nurse and a 61 year- old respiratory therapist going door-to-door to try to speak to CNA leadership (available online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGw2QJTgw4I). Information submitted by SEIU showed SE
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