American labor engages in another show down as more people are out of work.

Here's the afternoon update in a confrontation that looks like lose/lose all the way around:

A spokesman for GM said most UAW workers have already left the KCK plant Wednesday since there is no work available. They're not expected to return until the situation has resolved.

GM said those workers will not receive company-provided “SUB-pay,” which is sometimes provided during temporary layoffs.

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GM Fairfax plant in KCK goes idle amid UAW strike

The General Motors plant in Kansas City, Kansas, has gone idle Wednesday, leaving thousands without work amid the United Auto Workers strike.

'No work available': GM Fairfax plant idled as UAW targeted strikes ripple to local facilities

GM Fairfax employs roughly 2,000 people