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DC: Transit Union Breaks Off Contract Talks With Metro

The union that represents 9,200 Metro workers declared an impasse in contract negotiations on Thursday, breaking off talks and sending the stalemate to binding arbitration, where a federal mediator will be tasked with resolving deep differences over wages
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