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More than 200 General Motors temporary workers were let go over the weekend at the Fort Wayne Assembly plant.

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nited Automobile Workers ratified a new four year contract with General Motors Friday afternoon. Indiana local chapters were split on approving the contract but workers are heading back to work.

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The United Auto Workers and General Motors continue contract negotiations with the union strike against the company. Several issues including wages and temporary workers are being discussed, but for some members the strike is also about keeping their jobs.

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Many General Motors customers are feeling the effects of the United Auto Workers strike when it comes to getting their vehicles fixed. Options can be limited for some customers, depending on the parts they need to get their vehicles fixed.

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The president of the AFL-CIO visited striking auto workers from a central Indiana General Motors facility Tuesday afternoon. The stop comes as contract negotiations continue.

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