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Air traffic controllers, whose union was disbanded after a 1981 illegal strike that saw 11,400 controllers fired, will decide this June whether once again to embrace unionism, according to an agreement. The National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. said it had reached agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration on an election June 11 in which about 12,500 controllers will decide whether to have the association as their bargaining agent.

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