LABOR: WIN ONE, LOSE ONE

RON CAREY'S ELECTION AS TEAMSTERS PRESIDENT IS VOIDED, TAKING THE SHINE OFF LABOR'S VICTORY AT UPS

Teamsters Union president Ron Carey won a huge battle for organized labor last week when he arm wrestled UPS into settling a strike. But he will have to refight the bitter war for the presidency of his union. A court overseer has found that Carey's campaign consultants tainted his election win over James P. Hoffa Jr. last year. Election overseer Barbara Zack Quindel, who establishes fact on behalf of the court, found that $221,000 in improper contributions to the Teamsters for a Corruption Free Union had been funneled to Carey's campaign. "The members cannot have confidence in their union or its...

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