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August 2, 2014 12:00 AM

Mind the ports

Twenty thousand workers in 29 cities are responsible for lifting, moving and sorting millions of dollars worth of economic activity each day. Those 20,000 union dockworkers have been loading and unloading cargo at U.S. West Coast ports for more than a month without a contract. Negotiators for their union and the ports' management are scheduled to start talking again Monday.

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