CHICAGO, Aug 28 (Reuters) - A proposed strike at the Ford Motor Co. stamping plant in Chicago over health and safety conditions set to begin on Saturday has been delayed for two weeks, a United Auto Workers union official said. "There has been a two-week extension on the strike deadline," UAW Local 588 President Bill Jackson told union members in a recorded message on the office telephone. "For the members calling please report to work as scheduled." Jackson could not be reached for ...
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