Three United Auto Workers officials at General Motors Corp.’s Pontiac, MI, truck assembly plant have been indicted by the U.S. Dept. of Justice on charges they violated the Taft-Hartley Act, which prohibits union members from accepting bribes during contract talks. The three allegedly each sought jobs for family and/or friends and accepted tens of thousands of dollars in phony overtime pay in exchange for settling a 1997 strike at the plant. They also face charges of extortion and mail ...

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