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Congressional budget plan cuts funds to union watchdog agency

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Congress's proposed fiscal year 2014 budget cuts more than $2 million from the budget of the Labor Department division that investigates union fraud and corruption, the Office of Labor Management Standards. If enacted, the cuts would leave OLMS at its post-budget sequester levels and significantly less than the agency's height under President George W. Bush. The budget plan gives OLMS $39.1...

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