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Tennessee autoworkers allege union-management coercion

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Four workers at a Chattanooga, Tenn., Volkswagen plant have filed charges against their employer, alleging it is trying to coerce them into joining a union. Their filing is the latest turn in a long-running effort by the United Auto Workers to organize the non-union facility. The workers claim in a complaint filed Wednesday with the National Labor Relations Board that plant management...

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