A labor union is calling for an inquiry into Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s role in the subprime mortgage crisis.

Workers United, which represents 150,000 workers in the U.S. and Canada, sent letters this week to 10 state attorneys general urging officials to follow the example of Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. In May, Goldman Sachs agreed to a $60 million settlement to end an investigation by Coakley's office into how the New York financial company packaged securities containing home loans made to Massachusetts residents.

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