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U.S. Seeing Large Number Of Strikes

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Workers from a Kellogg's cereal plant picket along the main rail lines leading into the facility on Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021, in Omaha, Neb. Workers have gone on strike after a breakdown in contract talks with company management. (AP Photo/Grant Schulte).

Over 100-thousand U.S. union workers are on strike or threatening to strike.  About ten-thousand members of the United Auto Workers are on strike against John Deere after the union rejected a wage deal with the farm equipment company.  They join two-thousand New York hospital workers and 14-hundred Kellogg plant workers in Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania and Tennessee already on strike.  Meanwhile, about 60-thousand production workers in Hollywood plan to go on strike Monday if they can’t reach a deal with producers.  And more than 24-thousand Kaiser Permanente nurses and other health care workers in Oregon and California may strike after contract negotiations have failed so far.

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