Daniel Howes The Detroit News Published 9:45 AM EDT Aug 17, 2019 Detroit News Columnist Daniel Howes and Michigan Radio are partners in weekly essays examining what’s hot in Michigan business and politics – and what it all means. This week, Howes says the federal corruption probe into the United Auto Workers and its joint training centers is heating up just as the union is negotiating new contracts with Detroit’s automakers. That’s a whole lot of not good for a UAW that once prided itself on being America’s, quote, “clean union.” The latest evidence and more than a half dozen convictions suggests that moniker no longer may be justified.
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