CHICAGO, July 27 (Reuters) - The United Steelworkers union said on Friday that it has reached a tentative agreement with Meridian Automotive Systems Inc. to end a 15-month lockout at a plant in Jackson, Ohio, which the company has said it plans to close. The union said a ratification vote of the 330 members has been set for July 30 for the workers at the facility, which Meridian said on Thursday that it expects to close by the end of the year. (Reporting by David Bailey)
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