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NLRB nominee accused in union corruption case

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Richard Griffin, President Obama's nominee to be the National Labor Relations Board's general counsel, is accused of making false statements under oath in a union corruption complaint in California district court. The charges stem from when Griffin was the top lawyer for the International Union of Operating Engineers. The complaint alleges that he gave a false explanation in a deposition for...

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