Please purchase a subscription to read our premium content. If you have a subscription, please log in or sign up for an account on our website to continue. Bartholomew Taylor dealt with homelessness and a series of odd jobs that went nowhere until joining BYD two years ago. Now his job, along with those of other BYD union workers, is threatened by legislation on the purchase of buses or rail cars from Chinese-owned or Chinese-domiciled companies. Steve McCauley looked for work closer to home because he missed his family life while he was a long-haul truck driver. Now he is one of hundreds of BYD union workers whose jobs are threatened by recently passed legislation. Danny Cervantes was tired of commuting to the Los Angeles area when he joined BYD three years ago after working on construction. He is one of hundreds of BYD union workers whose jobs are threatened by recently passed legislation. Sara Serrano wanted to stay local to the Antelope Valley, joining BYD in April after working in the medical field in another state. She is one of hundreds of BYD union workers whose jobs are threatened by recently passed legislation. Brian Rodriguez, a Marine Corps veteran, started with BYD...