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SAG call for strike authorisation even as economic crisis deepens

The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) said on Saturday [Nov 22] that it will ask its 120,000 membership to authorise a strike after negotiations with the studios collapsed despite the assistance of a federal mediator.The vote would take more than a month and require more than 75% approval to pass. The move prompted an angry reaction from the studios, who said SAG remained the only major Hollywood union without a deal this year.Federal mediator Juan Carlos Gonzalez adjourned ...

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