Agreement Reached in West Coast Dock Dispute Shipping companies and West Coast dockworkers reach a tentative agreement on a six-year labor contract. If ratified, the settlement would end a bitter labor dispute that shut down West Coast ports for 10 days this fall. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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Agreement Reached in West Coast Dock Dispute

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Agreement Reached in West Coast Dock Dispute

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Shipping companies and West Coast dockworkers reach a tentative agreement on a six-year labor contract. If ratified, the settlement would end a bitter labor dispute that shut down West Coast ports for 10 days this fall. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.