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Unions 'hide a lot of their finances' from workers

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The recent bitter contest for the presidency of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees afforded rank-and-file unionized workers a rare glimpse into the operations of this giant public-sector union. Throughout the campaign, underdog Danny Donohue, chief of AFSCME's largest local, based in Albany, N.Y., sharply criticized retiring 31-year AFSCME President Gerald McEntee...

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