Last week I reported on unions suing to stop the no match letter rule. Now another union is taking on Immigration and Customs Enforcement to force them to tone down the rough handling in their work site raids. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,

Union president Joseph Hansen said workers
were handcuffed and held for hours and denied access to phones,
bathrooms, legal counsel and their families.

"What happened to the Swift workers ... is absolutely an outrage," Hansen said Tuesday.