Chamber Of Commerce Points Finger At Biden As UAW Strike Big 3 Automakers

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The United Auto Workers (UAW) union’s decision to strike at three major auto plants has drawn significant attention, with the Chamber of Commerce suggesting that policies from the Biden administration may have played a role. “The UAW strike and indeed the ‘summer of strikes’ is the natural result of the Biden administration’s ‘whole of government’ approach to promoting unionization at all costs,” said Chamber President and CEO Suzanne P. Clark. According to Politico, Clark publicly urged the UAW to reconsider the strike, emphasizing the potential economic repercussions. The National Associatio…

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