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.
Local college and high school students are being encouraged to participate in a special video contest called “Now is the Time” — designed to connect Dr. King’s legacy with today’s actions.
Michigan will be well represented in a national Immigration march in Washington D.C.
A historic event is being planned for this summer in Detroit.
Pro-union workers say Nissan has threatened to close its Canton, Mississippi assembly plant if workers vote for the United Auto Workers to represent them.
Gov. Rick Snyder is asking the Michigan Supreme Court to rule quickly on the constitutionality of a right-to-work law that takes effect in two months.
“We’re going to lobby every time we feel it’s necessary,” said Mike Green, president of United Auto Workers Local 652. “
Talking to reporters during the North American International Auto Show media preview, UAW President Bob King says the union is mapping out a strategy.