WASHINGTON—Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian on May 22 pushed back against recent criticism from U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) and other congressional Democrats who have alleged the Atlanta-based carrier has engaged in a targeted campaign to intimidate flight attendants and ramp workers from unionizing. The controversy ignited earlier in May when social media posts went viral on Twitter showing posters produced by the airline discouraging workers from joining the International ...

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