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Oakland strike enters second day as City Council considers labor deals

Major city services in Oakland remained shuttered Wednesday as a strike by thousands of workers entered its second day amid strained labor negotiations. Libraries, day care centers, recreation spots and other nonemergency city services stayed closed as employees returned to picket lines to push for better pay raises, working conditions and other demands. Police, fire and 911 services remained open and staffed.
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