U.S. Senator Calls for Freedom to Oppose Union Organizing


  By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Tennessee Senator Bob Corker called on federal authorities on Thursday not to muzzle lawmakers who do not support union organizing as they consider the United Auto Workers' appeal of a failed effort to represent workers at a Volkswagen plant in his state. Saying Corker and other politicians interfered in the vote, the UAW filed an objection with the National Labor Relations Board to the result of the Feb. 12-14 election, in which ...


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