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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Shane Colvard
General Motors Co. is putting more muscle into making Corvettes, investing $131 million and adding about 250 jobs at Bowling Green, Ky., assembly plant that produces the classic muscle car.
"Rumors of our car being moved to another plant, rumors of more layoffs and ... plant closures have shown us how vulnerable we are. ... Today we lay those rumors to rest," Shane Colvard, chairman of United Auto Workers Local 2164, told the crowd.