The tentative contract between the United Auto Workers and General Motors was in danger of being voted down Wednesday after three large local plants joined two others to oppose the deal.
Workers at assembly plants in Wentzville, Mo., and Bowling Green, Ky., voted Tuesday and Wednesday against the tentative deal, the union said Wednesday. And workers at a third plant in Fort Wayne, Ind., also voted the contract down, the local union confirmed.
UAW workers at GM plants in Spring Hill, Tenn., and Lansing, Mich., also voted down the contract.
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