Auto workers strike against General Motors for better pay and benefits


Between United auto workers union members and General Motors continue is nearly fifty thousand union members walked the picket line dozens of union workers stand outside of the GM plant in Bowling Green Kentucky holding up signs and chanting they're demanding better pay more protections and improved health care coverage Jack Bowers is the U. A. W. local chapter president strikes not good for anybody at all not us not the community the whole ball of wax is all bad so I went back to work but I want to get back to work fairly I want my brothers and sisters treated right we want fair and equal wages and get back to work with don't we do a top U. A. W. official saying if GM had made its latest offer earlier the union may not have gone on strike Ribeiro ABC news both sides are saying they are no where near a

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