Merchants Welcome Tentative Labor Agreement at West Coast Ports

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Retailers welcome the tentative labor agreement between union dockworkers and West Coast ports. But some merchants worry there is not enough time to properly stock shelves for the holiday shopping season. NPR's Elaine Korry reports.



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