UAW expected to concede worker benefits for congressional approval

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

The UAW says they are open to all options, including re-opening the contract that was just negotiated in 2007.
UAW officials meet today to negotiate some cutbacks that may help Chrysler, Ford and GM obtain loans from Congress. But will the concessions they are willing to make be worth it for autoworkers in the end? Justin Hyde from the Detroit Free Press joins John and Adaora.

Guests:

Justin Hyde

Contributors:

Kent DePinto

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