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An interview with reporter Chris Otts about the UAW strike

We interview Chris Otts, a reporter with WDRB, who has been covering the UAW strike at Ford’s truck plant in Louisville. We talk with Chris not only about the strike itself, but also about what the UAW is looking for in their negotiations, and about the overall growth in union activism in the state.

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A new episode of our redirected “State of Kentucky” videocast and podcast. We’re going to be using this show to talk with reporters, analysts, and experts about issues facing our state. We’re excited about this new show, and hope you will subscribe to the playlist on YouTube, to the podcast on the podcast source of your choice, or both.

This show features an interview with Chris Otts, a reporter with WDRB, who has been covering the UAW strike at Ford’s Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville. We talk with Chris not only about the strike itself, but also about what the UAW is looking for in their negotiations, and about the overall growth in union activism in the state.

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Bruce Maples

Bruce Maples has been involved in politics and activism since 2004, when he became active in the Kerry Kentucky movement. (Read the rest of his bio on the Bruce Maples Bio page in the bottom nav bar.)

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