Democrats And The Labor Movement Come Into Focus In Michigan03:14
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United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams speaks to delegates at the UAW Special Convention on Collective Bargaining at Cobo Center March 25, 2015 in Detroit, Michigan. The Special Convention is held every four years. Approximately 900 delegates from UAW unions in the U.S. and Canada attended the event. (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)MoreCloseclosemore
United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams speaks to delegates at the UAW Special Convention on Collective Bargaining at Cobo Center March 25, 2015 in Detroit, Michigan. The Special Convention is held every four years. Approximately 900 delegates from UAW unions in the U.S. and Canada attended the event. (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are dividing up union endorsements as their primary battle heads to Michigan. But neither one may get the backing of the United Auto Workers union, which didn't endorse in 2009. Here & Now host Lisa Mullins talks with Here & Now senior editor Micki Maynard, who grew up in Michigan politics and covered the state for years.

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This segment aired on February 16, 2016.

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