WESTBURY, N.Y. — The union that lost a recent election to organize a New York Target store said Tuesday that it had filed objections with the National Labor Relations Board to the retailer’s conduct during the course of the election and said it would seek a new election. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500 here in a statement said the charges were in addition to previous unfair labor practices it filed against the Target store during the weeks leading up to the Union election in ...

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