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Ghost Workers

The Columbia Export Terminal, at the Port of Portland, Ore., accuses The International Longshore and Warehouse Union and 153 members of “systematic hourly billing for time of workers who were not present” at a grain export terminal; it seeks $5.3 million, plus treble damages and punitive damages, in federal court.

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Columbia Export Terminal, at the Port of Portland, Ore., accuses The International Longshore and Warehouse Union and 153 members of “systematic hourly billing for time of workers who were not present” at a grain export terminal; it seeks $5.3 million, plus treble damages and punitive damages, in federal court.

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