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April 22, 1985

Staff members of the President's Commission on Organized Crime said the panel's hearing in Chicago will focus on organized crime's involvement in labor unions and businesses. James D. Harmon, executive director and chief counsel, said many of the witnesses called have connections with labor racketeering and that the hearing will feature records of electronic surveillance of organized-crime activities. He said the hearing will examine the activities of a number of labor unions, but he refused to name witnesses.

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