Deal in Dock Dispute Dockworkers and cargo carriers agree on union jurisdiction over cargo-tracking jobs -- a central issue in a dispute that closed 29 West Coast ports for 10 days this fall and has slowed delivery of holiday goods. NPR's Elaine Korry reports.
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Deal Cut in West Coast Dock Dispute

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Deal Cut in West Coast Dock Dispute

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Deal Cut in West Coast Dock Dispute

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Dockworkers and cargo carriers agree on union jurisdiction over cargo-tracking jobs — a central issue in a dispute that closed 29 West Coast ports for 10 days this fall and has slowed delivery of holiday goods. NPR's Elaine Korry reports.