Sometimes the unfinished business of a strike can take years to resolve. In the case of Donny Douglas and Jay Campbell, it was close to 15 years. Douglas and Campbell, each a former officer with United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 594 in Pontiac, Mich., were sentenced in Detroit federal court on December 19 for conspiracy to commit extortion and violate the Taft-Hartley Act. The pair had used their bargaining leverage to extend a strike in 1997 against General Motors by telling GM negotiators if they didn't hire Campbell's son and the son of another UAW official for high-paying jobs, the strike would continue. Douglas received 18 months in prison, while Campbell received 12 months and a day in prison.