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UAW Workers Ponder Their Fate

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UAW Workers Ponder Their Fate

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UAW Workers Ponder Their Fate

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The United Auto Workers union has taken a beating in Congress, with some lawmakers suggesting it is largely to blame for most of the U.S. auto industry's troubles.

The UAW now says it is willing to put everything on the table in order to help automakers get government aid, but many of its members say they have already sacrificed enough and resent being blamed for the industry's troubles.

Sarah Cwiek reports for Detroit Public Radio.

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