WHILE THE CORRUPT money-laundering scheme that allegedly financed Ron Carey's re-election as Teamsters president has been receiving headlines, another labor scandal with profound political implications has garnered relatively little national attention. News came in last week that the former federal prosecutor in charge of investigating corruption in the Laborers union will seek to oust its president, Arthur Coia, on charges of consorting with the Mafia, putting mobsters in charge of key sectors of the union, and taking kickbacks from companies with which the... More >>>