DETROIT – The United Auto Workers union will chip in to help the financially ailing Detroit Three auto makers, suspending the controversial Jobs Banks program and allowing the companies to delay their 2010 payments into retiree health-care trusts. Additionally, UAW President Ron Gettelfinger says the union will consider modifying its contracts with the auto makers, although he stops short of saying it will “reopen” the agreements. “We’re not reopening the contracts. We’re going to make ...
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