WASHINGTON, May 22 (Reuters) - Truckers who haul most new cars to U.S. auto dealers and other shipping points have voted to authorize a strike as early as May 31 if contract talks fail, the Teamsters union said. In results released on Wednesday by the Teamsters, members of the car haulers union voted by a 97 percent margin to give the group's leaders the authority to call a strike, if necessary. Secret ballots were conducted over the past week among the group's approximately 9,000 ...
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