Tennessee legislator believes governor offered VW deal to keep UAW out

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By Bernie Woodall DETROIT, Sept 12 (Reuters) - A Tennessee state legislator is trying to prove that the governor promised Volkswagen AG additional incentives if the company kept the United Auto Workers union out of its two-year-old Chattanooga plant. Rep. Mike Turner, head of the Democratic Caucus in the Tennessee House, has asked Gov. Bill Haslam's office to turn over communication between the governor's office and Volkswagen. Turner said Tennessee state law ...

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