Union representing UPS pilots, which has been negotiating a new contract with management for more than three years, said more than 99% of its members voted to give its five-pilot executive board authority to call a strike. Of the 2,371 that participated in the vote, just 15 voted against it, according to the Independent Pilots Assn. "The overwhelming outcome of this vote is both a show of IPA unity and a clear signal to UPS management that our crewmembers are serious about closing out this ...

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