In what could be a historic breakthrough, the United Auto Workers blasts a hole in the anti-union defenses of the transplanted auto plants in the Southern U.S. In an opinion released last week, the federal National Labor Relations Board ruled Volkswagen had not pressured workers to sign a petition asking for union representation. The decision brings the UAW a step closer to its goal of organizing workers at VW’s new assembly complex in Chattanooga, TN, and reaching a labor agreement ...

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