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AT&T, CWA reach tentative agreement in East wireline contract negotiations

The Communications Workers of America and AT&T Inc. reached a tentative agreement in East Region wireline contract negotiations.

The agreement, which covers about 200 employees in Connecticut, will be submitted to the members of the union for a ratification vote. AT&T will not disclose any further details of the tentative agreement until it has been presented to CWA members for a vote.

AT&T-owned Pacific Bell and Nevada Bell recently reached a tentative agreement with the CWA in West Region wireline contract negotiations, while in April wireline employees in the company's Southwest Region ratified a four-year contract covering more than 20,000 employees.