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Chicago union calls off 10-year strike, believed to be longest ever

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Unite Here Local 1 ended an epic strike that began in 2003 against the Congress Plaza Hotel in downtown Chicago this week. The union agreed to an unconditional return to work at midnight on Wednesday. The decision to end the strike came as a surprise to the hotel, which had not sat down with union officials in a year. The strike was believed to be the longest ever in labor history. The...

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