DETROIT – The fourth-floor conference room at Solidarity House on Jefferson Avenue is a war room of sorts for the United Auto Workers union. Lining the walls around a large rectangular table are regional maps of the U.S., and under each map is a list of potential automotive plants that the UAW is attempting to organize, along with the number of employees at each plant and the status of each campaign. The usual OEM suspects are on the list – from Honda America Mfg. Inc.'s Ohio assembly ...

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