Detroiters Dreading Fallout From Downsized GM The Detroit area will lose thousands of jobs as General Motors tries to rebuild the company, which filed for bankruptcy protection Monday. GM's global headquarters is in Detroit, and union members and area residents are concerned about what the company's bankruptcy means for them.
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Detroiters Dreading Fallout From Downsized GM

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Detroiters Dreading Fallout From Downsized GM

Detroiters Dreading Fallout From Downsized GM

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The Detroit area will lose thousands of jobs as General Motors tries to rebuild the company. GM filed for bankruptcy protection Monday. GM's global headquarters is in Detroit, and union members and area residents are concerned about what the company's bankruptcy means for them.

Jerome Vaughn reports for member station WDET.