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UAW pushes for expanded testing as auto assembly plants reopen

General Motors, Fiat Chrysler and Ford Motor have announced they will restart plants in the coming weeks. While contractually that decision is made by...

OPINION: The coronavirus economy: Labor got it right

By DARIN GILLEY Financial Secretary UAW Local 2250 In the spring of the year 2000, America’s largest federation of Labor unions – the AFL-CIO, held a national...

Under pressure from UAW, Detroit automakers agree to shutter U.S. plants

GM Assembly Plant in Wentzville closing Friday, March 20 Under pressure from the United Auto Workers, Detroit's Big Three automakers are shutting down their U.S....

UAW 2250 members take Polar Plunge, raise $8K for Special Olympics

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Lake Saint Louis – A hearty group of UAW Local 2250 members and their families took a dive into the frigid waters...

UAW Local 2250 extends a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to community, Organized...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Wentzville, MO – When United Auto Workers nationwide approved a new contract with General Motors Oct. 25, ending a 40-day strike against...

YOUR LETTERS: Union approval keeps rising! Welcome to the 20s!

According to Gallup, union approval is at a near 50-year high, with 64 percent of Americans approving of Labor unions. That more than half of...

GM says it will invest $1.5 billion to build ‘next generation’...

Automaker says upgrades will retain about 4,000 jobs Wentzville, MO — General Motors announced plans Dec. 13 to invest $1.5 billion to bring its next...

UAW supporting Machinists on strike against Laura Buick-GMC

SUPPORTING FELLOW UNION MEMBERS: Members of United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 2250, fresh off their strike against General Motors, are stepping up to support...

Guns ’N Hoses donates tickets for this year’s event to members...

MEMBERS OF UNITED AUTO WORKERS LOCAL 2250 are still in recovery mode after their 40-day nationwide strike against General Motors that ended Oct. 24...

It’s over! UAW members approve four-year contract, ending strike against GM

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Wentzville, MO – Glenn Kage, president of United Auto Workers Local 2250, said phones in his office were ringing non-stop Friday, with...
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