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Indictment of Union Exec’s Widow Complicates UAW’s Mississippi Campaign


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The indictment of a former union executive's wife in a federal bribery investigation could complicate the United Automobile Workers' quest to unionize a Nissan factory in right-to-work Mississippi.

On Thursday workers at a Canton Nissan factory began voting on whether they should join the UAW, the nation's largest autoworkers union with more than 415,000 members. The election comes just one week after the Department of Justice announced that it had indicted a former Chrysler executive and the wife of a deceased union vice president for engaging in a $1.2 million dollar bribery scheme. On July 26, Nissan Our Team Our Future, a group created to oppose unionization, posted a news article about the indictment to its website.:snip:

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