Justin Pritchard

Associated Press

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Twenty-nine West Coast ports are fully open again. The maritime industry reached an  agreement  with union negotiators Friday after nine months of stalemate.

Tentative Agreement Reached in Port Dispute

Twenty-nine West Coast ports are fully open again. The maritime industry reached an agreement with union negotiators Friday after nine months of stalemate.

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The President has sent Labor Secretary Tom Perez to San Francisco to try to bring longshore workers and West Coast shippers together after nine months of working without a contract.

The West Coast Ports and the US Economy

The President has sent Labor Secretary Tom Perez to San Francisco to try to bring longshore workers and West Coast shippers together after nine months of working without a contract.

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