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Union accepts contract to end ULA strike
Posted: Sun, May 20, 2018, 1:41 PM ET (1741 GMT)
Members of a union voted Saturday to accept a revised United Launch Alliance contract offer, ending a two-week strike. The members of the Machinists Union voted Saturday to approve a revised four-year contract offer and will return to work on Monday. The revised deal is one year longer than the original offer, which union members rejected May 6, and includes changes to wages, travel, insurance, and pension issues. ULA said that that strike did not significantly affect its operations, including preparations for its next launch in late July.
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