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MINE WORKERS END STRIKE, RESUME TALKS

 WASHINGTON, March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Director Bernardmerica (UMWA) have agreed to a 60-day extension of their expired collective bargaining agreement.
 The extension agreement will end selective strikes by the UMWA against six major coal companies and return 9,000 striking miners to their jobs while negotiations for a successor agreement continue at a national level.
 DeLury had high praise for UMWA President Richard Trumka and BCOA chief negotiator Bobby Brown for their hard work, professionalism and cooperative spirit in achieving this extension agreement, ending the strike and resuming their negotiations.
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 /CONTACT: Paul F. Stuckenschneider of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, 202-653-5240/


CO: Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; United Mine Workers
 of America; Bituminous Coal Operators' Association ST: District of Columbia IN: MNG SU:


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