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The union now has deals in place with each of the “Big Three,” but members must vote on whether to accept them.
General Motors and the United Auto Workers union have reached a tentative contract agreement that could end a six-week-old strike against Detroit automakers.
The United Auto Workers union appears to be edging closer to a tentative contract agreement with Ford.
The Texas walkout came one day after workers shut down Stellantis’ Ram Truck plant in Michigan.
The union’s president called it a major step in a “just transition” for workers toward electric vehicle manufacturing.
The union's president called on more workers to walk out at Ford and General Motors, but cited progress at Stellantis.
The decision to hold back on striking more Ford facilities shows the flexibility behind the union's strategy.
The presidential hopeful called Reagan’s move a "great example," but it’s generally illegal to fire workers in private-sector work stoppages.
The targeted walkouts are aimed at throwing the "Big Three" off balance as the union battles for new contracts.
Rather than strike all facilities at once, the union's president said they would wage strategic walkouts at Ford, GM and Stellantis if they don't reach deals.