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UAW-GM job transfer lawsuit hearing delayed because of fire

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A federal judge in Youngstown has pushed back some of the proceedings in the UAW's lawsuit against General Motors that included job transfer rights of employees laid-off from Lordstown Assembly Complex. 

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Negotiations between GM and UAW officially begin in Detroit Video included

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As negotiations begin between General Motors and the United Auto Workers, both sides paint a much different picture heading into talks. GM's CEO said the company is committed to investing and growing jobs. The UAW President points out that GM has the fastest shrinking footprint in the U.S. 

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Local autoworkers travel to Detroit for rally

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Autoworkers who lost their jobs with the idling of General Motors Lordstown Assembly Plant and their supporters left for Detroit early Tuesday for a rally in a show of support for their union bargainers. 

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Local autoworkers plan rally as GM bargaining begins in Detroit

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Autoworkers who lost their jobs with the idling of General Motors Lordstown Assembly Plant will be in Detroit on Tuesday as they rally in a show of support for their union bargainers.

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Sherrod Brown speaks out ahead of UAW Lordstown negotiations with GM

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Senator Sherrod Brown spoke out ahead of the upcoming negotiations between General Motors and the United Auto Workers. 

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New York Times TV series to feature GM Lordstown

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 After GM Lordstown's idling, a New York Times series called The Weekly announced its episode focusing on the plant would air Sunday night.

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GM to upgrade assembly plants ahead of new pickup, SUV lines

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General Motors Co. has announced it's investing more than $4.2 billion in assembly plants in Indiana, Michigan and Texas to prepare for the launch of its next generation of pickups and SUVs.

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