Progress Made in Negotiations Between GM and UAW

Following 10 days of picketing at the General Motors (GM) plant in Spring Hill, strikers received news this week that progress has been made in the negotiations between GM and the United Auto Workers (UAW) in Detroit, the Tennessean reports. All of the subcommittees, which discuss issues like safety, plant rules and operations, have been closed, while 50 major issues remain at the main bargaining table. UAW Local 1853 president, Tim Stannard, asserted that they will remain on strike until a contract is ratified.

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