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MICHIGAN BELL AND CWA 'STOP THE CLOCK'

 MICHIGAN BELL AND CWA 'STOP THE CLOCK'
 Michigan Bell and the Communication Workers of America (CWA) have


agreed to "stop the clock" and bargain beyond the current contract deadline.
 Stopping the clock in effect extends the current contract between Michigan Bell and the CWA; bargained-for employees are expected to report for duty at their regularly scheduled times.
 Bargaining teams have made significant progress and will meet again Sunday morning.
 Michigan Bell's Media Relations Office will be open Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. Reporters who need to speak with a company spokesperson before then may call one of the following media relations representatives at home:
 Phil Jones, 313-547-8657, Dave Ellis, 313-344-1905, or Dean Hovey, 313-544-3965.
 CONTACT: Phil Jones, 313-223-7194, Dave Ellis, 313-223-7192, or Dean Hovey, 313-223-7197, all of Michigan Bell.
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CO: Michigan Bell; Communication Workers of America ST: Michigan IN: TLS SU:

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