striking ula workers to vote on new contract
SPACE NEWS Nearly 600 members of a union that has been on strike against United Launch Alliance for almost two weeks will vote on a new contract May 19 that would end the labor dispute. SpaceNews.com 7 days
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Union Votes to End ULA Strike
SPACE.COM Striking United Launch Alliance employees will return to work after voting May 19 to accept a revised contract, ending a two-week strike. 3 days
union votes to end ula strike Union votes to end ULA strike
SPACE NEWS Striking United Launch Alliance employees will return to work after voting May 19 to accept a revised contract, ending a two-week strike. SpaceNews.com 4 days
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