DETROIT – There was no saber rattling at the U.S. Big Three in Ron Gettelfinger’s speech to the Detroit Economic Club Thursday. The United Auto Workers union president refused to discuss contract negotiations under way with General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC, even as the Sept. 14 deadline approaches. But he continues to say plenty about Washington, where he contends government officials are failing to address a national health-care crisis and jeopardizing U.S. jobs and ...
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