Union members at Chrysler Group’s Warren Truck manufacturing plant in Warren, MI, reportedly have voted down a proposed local contract. The workers, members of United Auto Workers Local 140, rejected the contract because they are angry with a proposal made by Chrysler to require employees to use vacation time during the annual summer shutdown, says The Detroit Free Press. The UAW is said to be considering another vote on the matter.

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