WASHINGTON -- Change to Win, the coalition of labor unions that broke off from the AFL-CIO two years ago, downplayed a report of internal division within the organization published in Tuesday‘s Los Angeles Times. “There‘s nothing that threatens the viability of the organization. We intend to go through with our stated goals,” T.J. Michels, a spokeswoman for Change to Win, told SN yesterday. The Times report, based in part on internal correspondence obtained by the newspaper, suggested that ...

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