COURT TO HEAR MOTION TO UNSEAL CHAINS' STRIKE PACT rney General to unseal the profit-sharing agreement from last winter's 141-day strike-lockout in Southern California is scheduled to be heard in U.S. District Court here tomorrow. A protective order prevents the agreement from being made public. "But we believe consumers need to know how this type of agreement works, since they are the ones who ultimately paid the price," a spokesman for Bill Lockyer, the California Attorney General, told ...

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