Arbitration Day

NPR's Don Gonyea reports that GM and the UAW began presenting their cases to an independent arbitrator today who will decide if the six-week long strike that has shut down the auto makers North American operation is legal. If arbitrator Thomas Roberts decides that the strike is illegal, he could order the strikers back to work and order the UAW to pay millions in damages to GM.

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