Oil worker union drops a key contract demand

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The Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers Union, hoping to end an oil refinery strike now in its fourth week, has dropped its demand for fully paid health insurance, a major stumbling block in negotiations, a spokeman said Wednesday. About 60,000 OCAW members walked out Jan. 8 against the nation's major oil companies, seeking the insurance as one of their top demands.

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