Nicholas Wray, a Sacramento photographer, stages a counter-protest on Thursday to carpenters union demonstrators upset that a building that will house a new Insight Coffee is being constructed with non-union carpenters.
Nicholas Wray, a Sacramento photographer, stages a counter-protest on Thursday to carpenters union demonstrators upset that a building that will house a new Insight Coffee is being constructed with non-union carpenters. RYAN LILLIS/rlillis@sacbee.com
Nicholas Wray, a Sacramento photographer, stages a counter-protest on Thursday to carpenters union demonstrators upset that a building that will house a new Insight Coffee is being constructed with non-union carpenters. RYAN LILLIS/rlillis@sacbee.com
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February 08, 2015 3:43 PM

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