GM reverses course, says strikers will keep health coverage

GM reverses course, says strikers will keep health coverage

General Motors said Thursday it will pay for the health insurance of its striking hourly workers, reversing a decision to push the costs onto the United Auto Workers union. No agreement was expected Thursday, as talks were continuing and could continue into the weekend. The strike, now in its 11th day, is costing GM about $100 million a day.

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Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 4 months

Hmmm. A union forcing capitulation? Well Done!

Sasu
Sasu 4 months

I'm surprised the union has not sold out their right to strike from their contracts.

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 4 months

they never took their health coverage they wanted them to pick up more of the increase in the cost. how come news outlets are so trash they cant even get a headline right

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