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UAW says 64% of workers vote to ratify Detroit Three contracts

  • United Auto Workers employees at Ford, Stellantis, and General Motors have officially ratified new contracts after a six-week strike, with 64% of employees voting to accept the deals.
  • The new contracts include an immediate 11% pay increase for union workers and a total pay increase of 25% over the 4½-year deal. They also reinstate cost-of-living adjustments, expedite reaching top wages, and protect the right to strike over plant closures.
  • The contracts were negotiated following a strike by members of the UAW and cover Ford, GM, and Stellantis, marking the union's first simultaneous strike against the three automakers.
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