IBPATInternational Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades
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In response, IBPAT general prexy Michael Monroe sent what Miller calls "a bunch of labor thugs" to Miller and national business rep Paul Moore's Gotham offices last week to convey his desire to place Local 829 into trusteeship.
The judge warned IBPAT execs not to interfere in the referendum ballot.
What Local 829 did make for IBPAT, it would seem, was quite a lot of money-- about $500,000 a year, according to Moore.