Leaders representing more than 950 United Auto Workers' local unions unanimously approve the tentative deal reached Monday (Oct. 17) with General Motors Corp. that will reduce the auto maker's health-care costs and slash future pay increases for hourly workers and blue-collar retirees. Local UAW leaders approved the pact Thursday (Oct. 20) after being briefed on the proposal in Detroit. The UAW's active GM personnel, which totals roughly 120,000, still must OK the deal. The UAW declines ...
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