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Foxwoods dealers’ union called a first in tribal law

The proposed contract would give Foxwoods dealers an average 12 percent pay increase over two years. The proposed contract would give Foxwoods dealers an average 12 percent pay increase over two years. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff/File 2008)
By Katie Johnston Chase
Globe Staff / January 27, 2010

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The 2,500 casino dealers at Foxwoods Resort Casino will organize a union if a tentative two-year agreement is approved on Friday - the first dealer contract negotiated under tribal law, according to union officials. (Full article: 332 words)

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