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    :: Saturday, July 23, 2005 ::

    Fourth union OKs exit strategy - By William Glanz, THE WASHINGTON TIMES
    The Teamsters yesterday became the fourth union to give its president approval to leave the AFL-CIO unless the labor federation makes sweeping changes in the way it organizes new members.

    The decision came five days before the start of the federation's convention in Chicago, where John J. Sweeney is likely to win re-election as president but lose some of the labor movement's biggest members.
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