Milwaukee Newspaper Spotlights Unfair Treatment of Nonunion Delphi Workers In Auto Bailout

DelphiThe Milwaukee Journal Sentinel today reports on the plight of salaried (and non-union) Delphi employees who are losing their pensions, health care and life insurance, while their UAW co-workers are being made whole with taxpayer funds. Delphi is a former division of General Motors. We raised the issue one month ago.

From the Journal Sentinel:

“These people are getting a firsthand lesson in the drawbacks of not being politically connected. That’s something members of the UAW and other auto industry unions don’t have to worry about,” said Carl Horowitz with the National Legal and Policy Center