Rank-and-file members of the United Auto Workers union have approved their labor deal with General Motors, despite significant opposition that saw it voted down by workers at more than a dozen plants.
The deal reached between the union and the company on October 30 won the support of only 55% of membership who participated in the ratification process. But that was enough to ratify the deal, whose passage had appeared in doubt as recently as Wednesday.
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