(CBS DETROIT) – Sen. Bernie Sanders will be joining UAW Workers on the picket lines in Detroit Wednesday.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, of Massachusetts, protested with General Motors workers Sunday in Detroit.
Sanders said in a Tweet Sept. 15, the message to GM is simple.
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I am proud to support the @UAW workers who are standing up to the greed of GM. Our message to GM is a simple one: End the greed, sit down with the UAW and work out an agreement that treats your workers with the respect and the dignity they deserve. https://t.co/nAQoeX82oz
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) September 15, 2019
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