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Biden's Support for Unions, Climate Change Fight Collide in UAW Strike

  • The United Auto Workers strike, which involves 13,000 workers, is a critical test for President Biden's ability to maintain a diverse coalition during his reelection campaign.
  • As the demand for high-capacity batteries increases, there are concerns that these new factories may not be unionized and may be planned in states hostile to organized labor, creating potential challenges for the UAW.
  • The transition to clean energy has caused anxiety among autoworkers, who worry about being replaced by computers and electric vehicles. President Biden recognizes the importance of ensuring a fair and beneficial shift to clean energy for workers and auto companies.
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