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Mississippi Governor "Concerned" About UAW Organizing in the Southeast

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant told a business group Monday he is “concerned” over the UAW's efforts to organize Toyota and Nissan auto manufacturing plants in his State. The Memphis Commercial Appeal quoted the Governor saying, “The automobile industry is very fragile, and there's such great competition out there. That's what worries me. If the union involvement becomes active in the southeastern automobile corridor, what does it do to industry? And I just don't see a positive outcome to that.”

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