GM Workers Face Lean Times on the Picket Line
The 73,000 auto workers now on strike at General Motors now face the prospect of getting by on only $200 a week from the union. If a deal is not reached, the workers' health insurance will cease on Oct. 1.
Despite the hardships, workers on the picket line say its important that they take a stand over contract issues that include job security and future health benefits.
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