Daniel Howes The Detroit News Published 9:45 AM EDT Sep 21, 2019 Detroit News Columnist Daniel Howes and Michigan Radio are partners in weekly essays examining what’s hot in Michigan business and politics – and what it all means. This week, Howes says that as United Auto Workers members strike General Motors Co., the union’s rank-and-file and its legion of retirees can thank the leadership’s corruption scandal for opening the political floodgates to the UAW’s traditional adversaries. The tales of greed and self-dealing will be used against UAW organizers … by anti-union Republicans … by right-to-work activists … by cranky union members who feel deceived.
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