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The politically most influential Culinary Union in Nevada, released a statement on Wednesday claimed that their members were attacked by “Brutal”, by supporters of Bernie Sanders, sen, I-Vt. according to the union, to the public, its members warned of backing a candidate in the state of the Democratic caucus, support it, “Medicare for All.”
The union’s statement comes amid reports of harassment of Union members over the phone and via social media published by the alleged Sanders’ Fans less than a day after the union to call for a flyer that Sanders wants to “end-culinary health care.”
“It is disappointing that Senator Sanders’ supporters have been attacked viciously, to take the Culinary Union and the working families in Nevada simply because our union has provided facts, you could make certain health care proposals, the system of care, we have built over 8 decades,” Geoconda Argüello-Kline, Secretary-Treasurer of the Culinary Union Local 226, said in its statement.
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The casino workers of the “Culinary Union, the 60,000-member group made up of maids, porters, bartenders, and more in Las Vegas’ famous casinos, controls one of the most important voting blocks in the state of Nevada and is expected to play a crucial role in the state’s caucus later this month.
Earlier this month, began the Union of the distribution of leaflets in the staff dining-room, this week, to move the push-back against the “Medicare for All”,” the plan of Sanders and Warren, to a government-run health insurance.
The brochure said, “presidential candidates propose to force millions of hard-working people, their health care is causing unnecessary division between workers and will take us another four years of trump.”
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Health care is one of the biggest problems for the union, whose members have fought and negotiated, robust plans, but Union leaders say that the brochure is not a sign that the union is not in favour, said the union is opposed to the organization of all the candidates.
While on the stump in Nevada, Sanders has struggled to answer what his “Medicare for All” plan would mean for union members. At a stop in the state in December, Sanders Union health care was so fallen into the word screaming through a group of people in the audience, “!”, while another participant exclaimed, “How are you paying for?!”
The Nevada group meetings are usually decided by who wins the States ‘ two most important centers of Clark County, home of Las Vegas and the Culinary Union, and Washoe County, where Reno is located. The state has taken on an even greater role in this year’s election, at the time of the unhappy contest in the Iowa Caucasus and the near the results of last night’s primary in New Hampshire.
Fox News’ Andrew craft and The Associated Press contributed to this report.