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    :: Thursday, March 09, 2006 ::

    NWA ground worker factions split vote on contract - Twin Cities Business Journal, MN
    Northwest said it was 'disappointed' that some IAM workers rejected the tentative vote and will now ask the bankruptcy judge to void its contract related to those employee groups. In the meantime, temporary wage and benefit reductions, ordered by the bankruptcy court in November, remain in effect for those workers.
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