It is day two of the nationwide strike against General Motors and News 8 Now has learned the strike is having an impact with the
Meantime, at GM, while thousands man the picket lines, negotiators are scheduled to resume talks. The 73,000 striking workers want gm to promise that future cars and trucks will be built at
The workers walked away from about 80 plants on Monday, the first nationwide strike against GM since 1970. Besides job security, health care and pension benefits are issues that still need to be resolved. GM says it is committed to working with the UAW to settle the strike, but says the future of the company is at stake. Right now, the company has plenty of cars to sell, however a prolonged strike would cost the company billions.