Senators Urge Tesla and Other Automakers to Remain Neutral in Workers’ Union Organizing Efforts

A group of 33 senators has issued a letter urging Tesla and 12 other major automakers to adopt a neutral stance in the ongoing efforts by the United Auto Workers (UAW) to organize auto plants in the United States.

The letter, signed by Democrats including Gary Peters, Ron Wyden, Dick Durbin, and Patty Murray, was addressed to Tesla CEO Elon Musk and top executives at companies such as Toyota Motor, Volkswagen, Hyundai, Rivian, Mercedes-Benz, and Honda.

The senators are calling for a pledge from these automakers to refrain from interfering in any organizing activities conducted by the UAW. The letter emphasizes the importance of a neutrality agreement, particularly as companies benefit from federal funds related to the electric vehicle transition.

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