The UAW and General Motors have made "good progress" on key issues, lead negotiators for the UAW and GM said in letters to members and GM employees late Friday afternoon.

GM and the UAW negotiators adjourned early Friday evening after a full day of talks at Detroit's Renaissance Center. It was day 19 of the union's nationwide strike against the automaker. Talks resumed around 9 a.m. Saturday. 

In the letter to union members, Terry Dittes, vice president of union's GM Department, wrote: "Since the last update, we have made good progress regarding the issues of health care and a path for temporary employees becoming seniority members..."

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