By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - The union representing workers at U.S. auto companies is proposing that another round of government aid to distressed carmakers go toward easing health-care cost burdens, freeing cash for the companies to spend on saving themselves, a senior labor official said on Friday. Alan Reuther, legislative director of the United Auto Workers, said in an interview that the group is proposing lawmakers approve up to $25 billion in new loans for General ...
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