The saga over unionizing at Starbucks continues with a decision coming down from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) last Friday where the company was found to have illegally fired an employee in Michigan for participating in union activism and in a labor board proceeding. The NLRB administrative judge who heard the complaint ordered Starbucks to offer the worker reinstatement with full back pay. In addition, the company was also ordered to hold a meeting with employees, representatives of management, the government and the union to read a notice about workers’ rights as well as the agency’s determination that the company broke the law. In other Starbucks/union news, four Senators sent the company a letter asking for detailed responses to questions relating Starbucks’ efforts to defeat unionizing efforts within their stores. Interesting to note, the letter was signed by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who falsely claimed Native American ancestry on job applications; Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), who falsely claimed to have served in the military in Vietnam; Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) who has been in Congress for 46 years and Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT), who’s been in office in Washington DC for over 31 years.