NEW YORK — Target Corp. will face additional charges that it violated labor law during the run-up to a failed union vote at its Valley Stream, N.Y. store last year, federal officials said. The charges are part of a newly issued complaint alleging that Target officials interrogated workers and threatened to close the store if a union vote was successful. The charges are in addition to other claims previously made by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500, which sought to ...

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