VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. — An administrative law judge from the National Labor Relations Board has thrown out the results of a controversial union election at a Target store here and ordered a new election. The decision comes almost a year after workers at the store voted against joining the union. However, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500, Westbury, N.Y., charged that Target intimidated workers. Related story: UFCW Wages Awareness Campaign vs. Target Judge Steven Davis ...

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