More than 100 U.S. lawmakers urge Pelosi to back union EV tax credit

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – More than 100 U.S. House lawmakers on Tuesday urged Speaker Nancy Pelosi to keep a $4,500 tax credit incentive for union-built electric vehicles (EV) in a massive spending bill. In a letter seen by Reuters, Democrats urged Pelosi to retain the credit supported by the United Auto Workers union and the AFL-CIO. The $4,500 credit would provide a significant boost to Detroit’s three automakers — General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co and Chrysler-parent Stellantis. “We strongly support leveling the playing field between non-union and unionized workforces by including the added $4…

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