There are no do-overs. You chose, you get what you deserve. Enjoy.
Many ask why workers like Lexso and Sheridan don't pack up and move somewhere else for a job. GM says it's trying to find other openings for workers. Some are heading to Tennessee.
But it's not that easy, especially for people with deep roots and family ties. Lexso has three children. Her husband nurses an injury from his factory job at another plant and she's also caring for two sick uncles.
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