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GM Strike May Affect U.S. Health-Care System

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GM Strike May Affect U.S. Health-Care System

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GM Strike May Affect U.S. Health-Care System

GM Strike May Affect U.S. Health-Care System

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The United Auto Workers now-settled strike with General Motors has highlighted problems in health care and retiree benefits. Steve Tripoli of Marketplace talks to Alex Cohen about the challenges GM faces as it moves forward and the effect the strike could have on the U.S. health care system.

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