The United Auto Workers union wins a federal court decision overturning an executive order signed last year by President Bush. The order, issued Feb. 17, 2001, stated employers with federal contracts did not have to notify employees of their rights to resign from a union and withhold some union dues. The UAW believed the order served to deter union membership. The UAW was joined in the suit by the Office and Professional Employees International Union, as well as the non-profit UAW Labor ...
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