Volkswagen team member Mike Jarvis speaks during a meeting of Volkswagen employees sponsored by anti-UAW group Southern Momentum earlier this month in Chattanooga, Tenn. Workers will vote Wednesday through Friday to decide whether to join the UAW.
Volkswagen team member Mike Jarvis speaks during a meeting of Volkswagen employees sponsored by anti-UAW group Southern Momentum earlier this month in Chattanooga, Tenn. Workers will vote Wednesday through Friday to decide whether to join the UAW. AP
Volkswagen team member Mike Jarvis speaks during a meeting of Volkswagen employees sponsored by anti-UAW group Southern Momentum earlier this month in Chattanooga, Tenn. Workers will vote Wednesday through Friday to decide whether to join the UAW. AP

Union vote in Chattanooga has South on edge

February 11, 2014 05:52 PM

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