The Nation

Pennsylvania welfare caseworkers and unemployment workers returned to their desks, ending a two-day strike by two unions representing 11,000 employees. "Government is functioning normally," Secretary of Administration Murray Dickman said. Members of the Pennsylvania Social Services Union and the Pennsylvania Employment Security Employees Assn. decided against "a long fight . . . in the streets," PSSU President Anna Price said.

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