Agreement Reached in West Coast Dock Dispute

Shipping companies and dockworkers on the West Coast reach an agreement on a six-year labor contract. If ratified, it would end a bitter dispute. A union vote is expected after Thanksgiving. Carrie Kahn reports.

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