How New York’s ‘project labor agreements’ feed union corruption

The recent indictment of James Cahill, president of the New York State Building and Construction Trades Council, and 11 others on corruption and bribery charges was a sad moment for organized labor. Honest, hardworking union members deserve better. Cahill and his associates deny the charges, and they deserve their day in court. Still, the allegations,…
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