After failing twice, a local labor contract was approved March 24 by United Auto Workers union members at General Motors Corp.'s Oklahoma City assembly plant, clearing the way for GM to switch the facility from Chevy Malibu output to truck production. The deal was ratified by an 81% margin, 316-74, among the factory's skilled tradesmen. Production workers at Oklahoma City already had approved the contract. The facility's future as a light truck maker, likely GM's next-generation midsize ...

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