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    UAW identifies ‘improper expenditures’ at Local 412 in Warren

    The United Auto Workers is hailing its new auditing guidelines as a ‘deterrent’ to corruption after its auditors discovered more than $2 million in improper expenditures of union dues at Local 412 in Warren, whose members include Stellantis workers.

    The Local 412 financial secretary, Timothy Edmunds, has been suspended, according to a statement from the UAW. The union’s findings have been sent to law enforcement authorities, including the U.S. Labor Department, Frank Stuglin, the UAW’s international secretary-treasurer, said in a statement.

    The international UAW based in Detroit implemented new monetary control measures amid a years-long federal investigation into corruption within the union that has resulted in the convictions of 15 people, including two former UAW presidents, and put it under an independent monitor. Stuglin championed the measures as an effective tool to clean up the union.

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