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United Auto Workers leaders reach deal with GM

CBS News Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Proposed agreement, which must be approved by union membership, could end a month of picketing by nearly 50,000 workers
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News video: United Auto Workers, General Motors Reach Tentative Deal To End Strike

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Details of the agreement have not been released, but workers are expected to stay on the picket lines until union committees and membership vote on the deal.

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