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UAW Considering 25 percent Dues Increase

United Auto Workers UnionBernie Woodall of Reuters reports that the UAW is considering hiking member dues 25 percent as the union continues to struggle with a 30 percent decline in membership since 2005. The union’s total finances also fell for the sixth straight year according to the story.

The increase would mean dues for the average member would rise from two hours of pay per month to 2.5 hours. A senior UAW official confirmed the increase is being discussed, but said no final decision has been made.

The full story can be found here.


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