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Strip club 'unlawfully retaliated' against dancers who brought up safety concerns, labor board says
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A strip club in Los Angeles violated the law when it fired strippers for protesting alleged unsafe working conditions, the National Labor Relations Board said on Tuesday.
Dancers at the Star Garden Topless Dive bar in North Hollywood started protesting outside the venue earlier this year after three of the women were fired for raising concerns with management and after 15 more were locked out of the club when they tried to meet with management to discuss their concerns.
"The Star Garden dancers concertedly raised concerns about their health and safety, and the employer unlawfully retaliated against them because they did so," an NLRB spokesperson told the Los Angeles Times.
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