Starbucks used "illegal tactics" against workers

The National Labor Relations Board has asked a federal court to force Starbucks to cease employing a 

"array of improper techniques" against workers engaging in unionization efforts at the coffee chain's locations.

The NLRB's petition, filed Tuesday in a U.S. District Court in western New York,

is the board's third against the corporation since employees at a Starbucks in Buffalo voted to form a union in December, 

a first for the retailer's almost 10,000 corporate-owned outlets in the United States.

Since then, at least 151 stores have voted to unionize, and more than 289 have filed with the NLRB to hold elections.

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