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  • Mr. Gettelfinger is leaving himself some breathing room in case the companies put enough money into a trust to make the health care deal worthwhile, said Gary Chaison, a labor specialist at Clark University in Worcester, Mass.

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  • A strike, which could cripple one of the companies and possibly force bankruptcy, is not an option, Mr. Chaison said.

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