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October 20, 1999   
Hawaii Dockworkers Terminating Pact
The union representing Hawaii's dockworkers was to terminate its contract with four shipping companies Monday night, creating uncertainty for island residents almost totally dependent on ships to deliver food and other goods.
[Associated Press, 352 words]
CAW Await Tentative Agreement
The Canadian Auto Workers withdrew its 11:59 p.m. Tuesday deadline to strike General Motors Corp. after bargainers reached ``the framework for a tentative agreement,'' union president Buzz Hargrove said.
[Associated Press, 428 words]
Overnite Slammed Again By Labor Board
On August 3, 1999, a complaint was filed against Overnite Transportation Company at the National Labor Relations Board charging the company with threatening, coercing and intimidating its employees because they were exercising their right to organize at the company's Laredo, Texas
[PR Newswire, 416 words]
Alaska Flight Attendants Ratify New Contract
The Association of Flight Attendants, AFL-CIO, announced today that Alaska Airlines flight attendants ratified a new four-year agreement with the Seattle-based airline.
[PR Newswire, 120 words]