A Deeper Look at Local 726: Not Pretty

August 10, 2009: Take a peek inside the investigative reports on Teamsters Local 726 leaders -- who were stripped of their posts recently amid allegations of financial mismanagement -- and there's pretty stunning material.

Some Local 726 officials sound plain clueless at times, which is disturbing given the fact they were responsible for thousands of livelihoods and millions of dollars belonging to members.

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