LAS VEGAS – The Bush Admin. is fiddling while the U.S. auto industry burns, United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger tells the union’s 34th constitutional convention here. Noting increased competition has forced Detroit-based General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. to announce the closure of dozens of plants, displacing tens of thousands of UAW members, Gettelfinger derides Bush for failing to respond. “It’s time to level the playing field,” Gettelfinger says, pounding the podium ...

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