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Labor board says Delta didn't tamper in union vote

A federal board has ruled Delta Air Lines did not interfere with an election in which the company's baggage handlers rejected an option to unionize. The Associated Press says the ruling will clear the way for Delta to set pay and benefits for former Northwest workers, who belonged to a union under that airline.
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A federal board has ruled Delta Air Lines did not interfere with an election in which the company's baggage handlers rejected an option to unionize. The Associated Press says the ruling will clear the way for Delta to set pay and benefits for former Northwest workers, who belonged to a union under that airline.

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