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AT&T : CWA-Represented Employees Approve West Wireline Agreement

Leadership of Communications Workers of America District 9 has notified AT&T that CWA-represented employees have voted to ratify the West wireline agreement.

The company noted that the four-year agreement covers about 12,500 wireline employees in California and Nevada. It was reached on March 20.

AT&T said it has reached, and union-represented employees have now voted to ratify, 26 fair labor agreements since the beginning of 2017.

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