United Auto Workers members at General Motors Corp.’s Lansing, MI, production facilities vote in favor of a strike should the union fail to reach a new labor agreement with the auto maker by next month’s deadline. UAW Local 652 President Chris “Tiny” Sherwood characterizes the vote as procedural but adds that it serves as reminder to GM of the power its labor union holds. He says 97% of members voted in favor of calling a strike if necessary. “It doesn’t necessarily mean we’re going to ...

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