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March 19, 2007

Albany -- Contract negotiations are underway between union members and Miller Brewing in Albany.

They are still meeting and have extended talks until the first of April. If a compromise can't be reached, it's possible there will be a strike, but no decision has been made.

Miller Company officials from the home office in Milwaukee say they believe that all issues should be kept at the bargaining table.

The original contract ended March 4th, but has been extended during negotiations.

Miller Brewing Co. issued this statement by email:

"We respect the negotiations process and believe that all issues should be kept at the bargaining table.  As negotiations continue, we remain hopeful that an agreement will be reached that is satisfactory to all parties."

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