The U.S. national women’s team, shown Thursday before a match against Japan in Commerce City, Colo., does not have the right to strike, a federal judge in Chicago ruled Friday. The team’s union has sued the U.S. Soccer Federation, seeking improved conditions and wages.
The U.S. national women’s team, shown Thursday before a match against Japan in Commerce City, Colo., does not have the right to strike, a federal judge in Chicago ruled Friday. The team’s union has sued the U.S. Soccer Federation, seeking improved conditions and wages. Jack Dempsey The Associated Press
The U.S. national women’s team, shown Thursday before a match against Japan in Commerce City, Colo., does not have the right to strike, a federal judge in Chicago ruled Friday. The team’s union has sued the U.S. Soccer Federation, seeking improved conditions and wages. Jack Dempsey The Associated Press

U.S. women’s soccer team has no right to strike, judge rules

June 03, 2016 7:21 PM

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