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On April 9, Amazon workers at a facility in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against unionizing, with 1,798 votes against and 738 votes in favor of the union. The election—which ran through March 29—is not over, however. After multiple objections by The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, including threats to workers and an inhospitable voting environment, these legal challenges are likely to land first in front of the regional National Labor Relations Board, then in Washington, D.C., for appeal from either party.

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