Bureau Of National Affairs
Friday, January 15, 1999
An article on the extension of the oversight agreement between the Justice Department and the Laborers International Union of North America, appearing at 5 DLR AA-1, 1/8/99, should have included a statement from Robert Luskin, in-house prosecutor for LIUNA, in which he disputed the National Legal and Policy Center's allegations that the federal government had accused Luskin of accepting mob money-laundering profits as fees in a 1993 criminal case. Luskin said the center's charges are false and distort the public record because he never engaged in such activities.
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