New York: lax labor laws lead to big corruption

By Paul Kersey
Among the many problems created by labor law across the country is the temptation for union officials to embezzle funds. A spectacular case came up in Auburn, N.Y., where the late Sally Jo Widmer, who had been the long-time president of the Auburn Teachers Association, was found to have siphoned off $800,000 from the union....

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