Second group files to keep UAW from reversing VW plant vote

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By Bernie Woodall Feb 28 (Reuters) - An anti-union group representing workers at Volkswagen AG's Chattanooga, Tennessee plant on Friday moved to undercut a United Auto Workers challenge of an election in which the union failed to organize the factory, the second such action this week. Southern Momentum, an anti-UAW group overseen by a Chattanooga attorney, filed to intervene in the UAW's objection to the election results to the National Labor Relations Board. ...

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