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Longshoremen told to pay $3.8 million for strike

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BALTIMORE (AP) — An arbitrator has ordered a longshoremen's local to pay $3.8 million in damages for a three-day strike at the Port of Baltimore that he said violated a no-strike provision in the longshoremen's master contract. Michael Angelos, president of the Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore, which represents port employers, confirmed Wednesday that the arbitrator issued the ruling...

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