Tentative Agreement Reached in Hotel Strike

Minnesota Public Radio's Andrew Haeg reports on a tentative agreement reached last night between striking hotel workers in Minneapolis and management that ended a two-week old strike. The strike began at one hotel and gradually spread to six others over issues of wages and health benefits. There is an increasingly open attitude on the union's part to foreign-born workers and newly arrived immigrants.



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