Throughout his presidency, Joe Biden has touted himself as the “most pro-union president in history.”
That claim is being tested as the President juggles two priorities at the center of his economic policy: accelerating the transition to clean energy and creating well-paying, union jobs.
As the threat of a strike looms amid negotiations between the United Auto Workers union and major US automakers, the White House faces increasing pressure to deliver on its promise of better wages and benefits for workers at electric vehicle facilities.
On Thursday, the Department of Energy announced it would…
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