Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Waste Management Leaves Central States

September 29, 2008: Striking Teamsters voted Sunday to accept a new labor agreement and return to work as soon as Wednesday.

Members of Local 200 approved the new deal by a more than 2-to-1 ratio. In a statement from the Teamsters leadership, the union conceded that striking workers "made a difficult decision with this vote."

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