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Examiner Editorial: Michigan's fight to be competitive again

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A group of just 600 clerical workers with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union on Wednesday signed a new contract with the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. But before that agreement was reached, the ILWU inflicted an eight-day strike that cost the California economy $1 billion a day and took paychecks away from 1.2 million other Californians. "Anyone connected with the shipping...

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