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Ohio unionists accept pact with Chrysler; strike ends

A week-long strike at Chrysler's Twinsburg, Ohio, automobile plant ended Monday after local members of the United Automobile Workers voted 801-293 to accept a pact on working conditions and health and safety issues. The strike by 3,200 workers shut down six other Chrysler car and light-truck plants in other states, idling about 20,000 additional workers. The Twinsburg plant supplies doors and underbodies to Chrysler's North American plants

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