More questions than answers in GM's heartland

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By Nick Carey PONTIAC, Michigan, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Hector Hernandez pulled into the parking lot of United Auto Workers Local 594 on Wednesday, armed with more questions than answers. "I know I have to go back to work and we have a deal," said Hernandez, 62, a 28-year veteran worker at General Motors Corp . "But that's it." "I'm here to get some answers," he added, as he walked to the door of the union local in Pontiac, Michigan, which represents workers making two profitable ...

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