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Almost a year after union workers from Ohio Valley Aluminum went on strike, a majority of the workers at the plant have voted to give the union the boot.
On May 23, 52 out of 87 employees voted to decertify the United Steelworkers Workers from having representation and bargain rights for the workers there.
While the union currently has the right to appeal the decision, a representative from the USW said the union is not going to challenge the vote.
The vote brings to an end a nearly two-year struggle between the company and the union for a contract.
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