The nine workers who did poorly on the first test in 2010 all passed after giving the instructor liquor on the day of the re-test.
Director Wayne Barnett said he'll present the case Wednesday to the Ethics Commission, which could impose a fine up to $5,000.
The Seattle Times reported that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers intends to contest the allegations because the union contract doesn't specify that members are subject to ethics fines.
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