The United Auto Workers union strike just expanded by around 4,000 workers on Sunday night after they rejected an agreement between them and Mack Trucks.
A whopping 73% of union members voted no, instead opting to strike Monday morning by leaving their work facilities “in an orderly manner.” The UAW began work stoppages at selected plants in mid-September with the intent of targeting the three biggest automakers in Detroit, Michigan, which are Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis.
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“I’m inspired to see UAW members at Mack holding out for a better deal, and ready to stand up and walk off the job to win it,” UAW President Shawn Fain wrote in a statement.
BREAKING: 4,000 UAW members at Mack Trucks …