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GM Reaches Tentative Deal With UAW

General Motors and the United Auto Workers have reached a tentative agreement that could end a month-long nationwide strike. Union leaders will meet Thursday to vote on the deal and end the work stoppage. The deal must still be voted on by rank and file workers and the strike could continue until then. “Typically after a tentative agreement is reached, UAW leaders move to end the strike,” per The Wall Street Journal. “But they also have the option to extend it until the labor pact is ratified, a process that can last more than a week.”

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