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Photo: Walking the (picket) line

On strike: Nippon Paper Industries USA machine tenders Ernie Whitney, left, and Lonny McCaslin picket near the mill on Thursday in Port Angeles, Wash. Members of the Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers Local 115 walked off their jobs on Wednesday after a strike vote, rejecting a contract imposed by Nippon Paper. (Associated Press)
On strike: Nippon Paper Industries USA machine tenders Ernie Whitney, left, and Lonny McCaslin picket near the mill on Thursday in Port Angeles, Wash. Members of the Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers Local 115 walked off their jobs on Wednesday after a strike vote, rejecting a contract imposed by Nippon Paper. (Associated Press)


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