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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
UAW members ended their two-day strike action Wednesday after reaching a tentative deal with GM management. We’ll discuss the proposed retiree health care trust included in the deal and what these negotiations mean for the future of the auto industry and unions in the global economy.
- Philip Dine journalist and author of "State of the Unions"
- Ross Eisenbrey Vice President of the Economic Policy Institute
- James Sherk Bradley Fellow in Labor Policy Center for Data Analysis at the Heritage Foundation
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