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Well, the company offered an immediate 10% and the workers told them to shove it. The previous vote was 90% against, while this was only 55/45. Seems the workers are asking that Defined Benefit pension be restored to new hires and company paid health insurance in retirement. As I recall, these benefits started disappearing in the 80's. Ah, but now labor has the upper hand and they're playing it.