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  • Transportation Labor Stands with Striking United Auto Workers
    Posted On: Sep 20, 2019

    Washington, DC — Larry Willis, president of the Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO (TTD), issues this statement of solidarity with striking GM workers:

    “Transportation labor pledges our support to 50,000 United Auto Workers as they stand up to unchecked corporate wealth and power.

    “While GM was struggling financially, UAW members and their families did what they had to do to help keep the company afloat. It worked. GM is now raking in billions — but instead of offering employees a fair share of the profits they helped create, the company is threatening workers’ wages and job security. In the latest round of bad faith, striking workers had their health insurance cancelled by GM.

    “The collective action of our UAW sisters and brothers is about more than just economic security and fairness. These union members are fighting for the future of U.S. manufacturing — a critical component of our transportation system. We applaud our brothers and sisters for their bravery, and proudly stand with them.”

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