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Topic - Frank Larkin
Machinists union members at Mississippi's Stennis Space Center have voted to accept a contract proposal from Lockheed Martin Corp., settling a five-day strike.
As many as 116 Lockheed Martin employees at Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis are on strike.
As far as Frank Larkin is concerned, robots and kids are made for each other.
Union spokesman Frank Larkin said members of Machinists Lodge 2249 voted 41-7 Tuesday to accept a contract with Lockheed Martin.
Machinists union spokesman Frank Larkin said members of Lodge 2249 voted down a contract offer Thursday from Lockheed Martin that would have ended worker pensions.