SPRING HILL, Tenn. - United Auto Workers union members at the General Motors plant in Spring Hill, will vote on whether to accept or reject a new employment contract Wednesday.
GM is under a June 1 deadline to restructure its operations or face bankruptcy.
State lawmakers are working on legislation to protect Tennessee dealerships and consumers if GM does file for bankruptcy.
"In Tennessee, over 700 suppliers make parts for the General Motors plant. and that's a lot of other families affected. So we want these warranties upheld, we want people to be treated fairly, because if we don't do this, people are not going to be buying any cars," said Sen. Bill Ketron (R-Murfreesboro)