UAW says GM retirees won't pay more for healthcare
September 02, 2007
As the clock ticks towards the expiration of the UAW contract with the Big Three auto companies, a UAW negotiator says GM's retirees won't pay more for their healthcare, according to this morning's Detroit News.
For the past several months, GM has been telling UAW that the union should take administration of the retiree's healthcare program after the auto company makes a huge one time payment.
Contracts expire on Friday, Sep. 14.
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