Striking auto workers greeted with solidarity from unions and support from top Democrats

Striking auto workers greeted with solidarity from unions and support from top Democrats
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Striking workers at General Motors are drawing solidarity from other unions and from Democratic politicians. One of the key acts of solidarity is that the Teamsters have said that they will honor UAW picket lines, which means that they won’t be delivering GM vehicles to dealers. But UAW workers are also drawing support from high-profile politicians, including Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and all of the top 10 Democratic presidential candidates.

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