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Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama vote for second time in union effort

Last year, Alabama workers voted against forming the first unionized Amazon warehouse in the U.S. Then, federal labor officials said Amazon unfairly influenced that election. Now, a re-vote begins.

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Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama vote for second time in union effort

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