The United Launch Alliance workers who have been on strike since May 7th have officially ended their protest.
Members of the international association of machinists and aerospace workers have voted to accept a new four year contract offer by ULA.
Negotiations on the new contract started April 16th and ended on April 26.
On May 6th the ratification vote was held at all ULA locations covered by this contract and the employees voted to go on strike.
Union negotiators recommended the new contract earlier this week and members voted to accept the new contract today.
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