The August 1st negotiating session was joined by commissioner Jeanne Frank, of the Federal Mediation and Concilliation Service. There were no changes in position at the talks with the Society, and it was mutually agreed that no talks would be held today, August 2nd. The next sessions are schedule for September 10th and 11th.
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