U.S. unions move toward health-care reform deal


By Nick Carey CHICAGO, June 24 (Reuters) - As rising health-care costs hurt workers and retirees alike, America's trade unions are seen inching toward a broad-sweeping agreement with U.S. corporations on health-care reform. "There is a growing recognition among unions that they can't count on health insurance forever," said Joe Minarik, director of research at the Committee for Economic Development, a Washington-based business lobby. "Like many corporations, the unions know a ...

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