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GM strike: Workers reach tentative deal with General Motors

CBS News Thursday, 17 October 2019
Nearly 50,000 striking GM workers may soon be back on the job after the United Auto Workers reached a proposed tentative deal with the company. The workers joined the picket lines on Sept. 16, halting production at dozens of factories nationwide. The month-long strike has cost GM an estimated $1.5 billion. Dean Reynolds reports.
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News video: Workers react to GM-UAW proposed Tentative agreement

Workers react to GM-UAW proposed Tentative agreement 02:28

We spoke with workers striking moments after General Motors and the UAW reached a proposed tentative agreement.

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