While Washington has been largely silent on the largest municipal bankruptcy case in history, UAW president Bob King and others are meeting with the Obama administration today to discuss how it impacts union workers.
This week on Michigan Matters, UAW President Bob King has been in the eye of the storm over Detroit’s bankruptcy as he joins with other union leaders to try and keep retired city employee pensions intact.
UAW President Bob King and other union and state government officials shook hands in Lansing Wednesday.
UAW President Bob King says the state has the responsibility to live up to its promises.
President of the Detroit branch of the NAACP, the Reverend Wendell Anthony, says they’re here to continue Dr. King’s work.
Michigan Matters CBS 62 crew traveled to Cobo to talk to Detroit’s movers and shakers. Learn more about what these leaders had to say on a variety of topics.
Find out what Roger Penske, Bob Lutz, Bob King, Mark Reuss, Mark Fields, Gov. Rick Snyder, Danny Glover and other notables think about the road ahead for the Motor City in a special “Michigan Matters.” from the Auto Show.
Talking to reporters during the North American International Auto Show media preview, UAW President Bob King says the union is mapping out a strategy.
Less than 24 hours after Gov. Rick Snyder put the “right to work” issue back on the table, it’s been a volatile day in Lansing.
A coalition led by the UAW is launching a petition drive this week to keep Michigan from following the lead of Indiana and becoming a “right-to-work” state.