By early Monday morning, three main sticking points remained between General Motors and UAW negotiators as they pushed to close in on a new tentative contract.
The two sides worked long hours over the weekend, finishing up around 10 p.m. Sunday. Negotiators were meeting at the main table again by mid-morning Monday as roughly 46,000 UAW workers approach the one-month mark of a nationwide strike against GM.
People close to the talks cautioned that it's a fluid situation with interlocking pieces. That means a change to one piece of the agreement could affect other parts.
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