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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — The United Auto Workers union went out on strike against General Motors at the end of the day on Sept. 15.
This is the first work stoppage in the U.S. auto industry since 2007.
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Negotiations have resumed, and our goal remains to reach an agreement that builds a stronger future for everyone. A work stoppage impacts our employees, families, communities and the American economy. For the latest on UAW-GM negotiations, visit: https://t.co/H0qDc4CBW2 pic.twitter.com/dAR4P7BfyA— General Motors (@GM) September 18, 2019
Below is all of our local and national strike coverage:
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