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The National Labor Relations Board accused Missoula’s DirecTV call center of illegally firing employee Mark Smith for organizing a strike in opposition to reductions in compensation. On Monday, two days before a scheduled trial, the two sides settled the case.

Image credit: Photo by Cathrine L. Walters

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