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Marriott and workers settle San Francisco hotel strike, the last of a nationwide wave

Workers at Marriott hotels in San Francisco overwhelmingly voted Monday to settle a nine-week strike, ending the last of a series of walkouts that involved 7,700 workers in eight markets across the country.

Union leaders for workers at Marriott

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