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More than 2,000 janitors to march in SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- More than 2,000 union janitors plan to march through downtown San Francisco today ahead of a possible strike.
Their contract expired last week. They've agreed to stay on the job for now, while negotiations continue, but, the janitors have authorized a strike, if those talks break down. The main sticking point is over paying the cost of healthcare. The janitors clean over 400 San Francisco buildings. The march starts at 2:30.
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