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AT&T workers in California and Nevada call a three-day strike

Frustrated over the lack of progress in contract talks, more than 17,000 AT&T union members in California and Nevada walked off their jobs on Friday. The Communications Workers of America called a three-day strike to protest the nearly 13-month period AT&T workers in California and Nevada have...
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