The Washington Times - September 26, 2007, 11:58AM
United Auto WorkersGeneral Motors SEE RELATED:


Barack ObamaJohn EdwardsBill RichardsonChris DoddHillary Rodham Clintonthe UAW reached an agreement with GMafter having spoken (along with Mr. Obama and Mr. Edwards) to the Change to Win Federation annual convention in Chicago
September 25, 2007\ \ \ Hillary Clinton Statement On UAW Strike\ \ \ Hillary Clinton issued the following statement in support of the striking members of the United Auto Workers.\ \ \ “I stand in solidarity with the men and women of the UAW who have been forced to strike in defense of their jobs. The negotiations that led to this strike involve the fundamental issues of health security for workers and retirees, fair wages, retirement protection and job security.\ \ \ “As President, I will continue my efforts to rebuild our manufacturing industry, to provide good jobs with health and retirement security, and to honor the hard work of unions like the UAW.\ \ “We have a shared interest in a healthy and successful US auto industry, and I hope the current dispute can be resolved quickly for the benefit of the workers and General Motors.”
— Brian DeBose, national political reporter, The Washington Times