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Nissan accused of wrongly blocking union activity at plant
Mar 4, 2017 - Associated Press Financial Wire

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - The United Auto Workers union charges that Nissan Motor Co. broke federal labor law less than two days before a Mississippi rally where U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders plans to speak in favor of unionization.

The UAW said a company security guard wrongfully stopped workers from handing out literature and asking fellow employees to sign cards authorizing a union vote outside a gate of the Canton plant Thursday afternoon.

A union lawyer emailed an unfair labor practice c

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