From The Chicago Tribune:
DAYTON, Ohio – Autoworkers and suppliers are fixing up their homes, worrying about health care coverage and frequenting food pantries as they wait for an end to the 2-month-old strike against a Michigan auto parts supplier that has idled them or cut into their business.
The UAW’s strike against American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc., now in its third month, has affected about 30 GM plants.
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