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Big Labor quiet on Treasury sale of remaining GM stock

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When Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced the government's sale of its remaining GM stock, the news was delivered with a rather defensive tone. And no wonder: The sale meant that taxpayers were losing $10 billion, so some extra justification was necessary. GM officials have taken a similar stance even as they say they are glad to be out of receivership. One group that was noticeably quiet was...

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