Dayton Daily News Newspaper Guild members ratified a one-year contract agreement on Monday, which the guild says breaks one of the longest labor standoffs in the nation. The guild and Cox — owner of the Dayton newspaper — last came to terms in 1986, says the union release. The union president says:
There are many people who said this dispute would never be settled, but it has been. This contract balances the company’s need for flexibility in a changing media environment against traditional protections our members count on.
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