DETROIT – Bankrupt supplier Delphi Corp. this week offered the United Auto Workers a new contract proposal that is marginally better than previous offerings, but the union says it will dismiss it without scheduling a vote among rank-and-file members. “It would be an insult to our membership,” UAW President Ron Gettelfinger says on Wednesday, Nov. 16, during a press conference here at Solidarity House. UAW Vice President Richard Shoemaker, who leads union negotiations with Delphi and its ...

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