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Members of the International Machinists Union will vote Saturday on whether or not to end their month-long strike against Bombardier Learjet.
A federal mediator helped broker a tenative agreement between the two sides on Thursday, and union leadership is recommending passage.
According to the union, health care was the primary issue that provoked a strike, and was the focus of the federal mediator.
"The main improvements to the company proposal were related to health care," said IAM Spokesman Bob Wood.
The vote will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the District Lodge 70 Union Hall, located at Meridian and I-235.