The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and their Fight for $15 effort now appear to be targeting roadside service plazas for their latest unionization efforts, and the strategy will be a tough one to defeat. Clearly, the roadside service areas are government-owned, making protests and rallies at the sights more politically potent. On Wednesday, the 23 roadside plazas throughout Connecticut were targeted as workers rallied to push for unionization and higher pay levels at roadside restaurants. McDonald’s, Subway and Dunkin’ were specifically cited. The strategy drew a number of politicians to join in as Congressman Jim Hines, Norwalk Mayor Harry Riling and state senator Julie Kushner all joined the protesters in chants and speeches. Protest leaders claim they’ll be filing complaints with the state Department of Labor this week alleging wage theft and other violations of state law.