The United Auto Workers union reportedly is attempting to organize Toyota Motor Corp.’s Georgetown, KY, assembly plant. The UAW has begun collecting signature cards, with hopes to garner signatures from at least 50% of the plant’s 7,500 workers, press reports say. If it does, it can submit them to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for approval to hold a formal organizing election. It wouldn’t be the first time the UAW has tried to organize Georgetown, and plant officials say it’s ...

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