DETROIT – United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger says the union has no plans to vote on a new health-care plan with Chrysler Group, which is pushing hard to close a deal to trim such costs by year-end. “We were looking for a way that we can perhaps address some of (Chrysler’s) concerns, but we did not find a responsible path to follow,” Gettelfinger tells reporters following a speech at the Detroit Economic Club. Gettelfinger says the two sides have had “discussions,” but not ...
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