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After nearly two months on strike, Maui healthcare workers have ratified a new three-year contract, effectively ending the labor dispute.

According to the United Public Workers union (U-P-W), 500 frontline healthcare workers voted today, with 87% in favor of the new agreement.

The new contract includes a pay increase of at least 10.5%, a lump sum payment for all members, and other benefits.
The healthcare workers have been on strike since February 22nd, seeking better working conditions and compensation.

Maui Health, the hospital system where the workers are employed, issued a statement thanking the community for their patience during the strike.
The end of the strike is a relief for both the healthcare workers and the Maui community, as the prolonged labor dispute had caused disruptions and uncertainty for patients and their families.

With the ratification of the new contract, healthcare services can resume as normal, and the healthcare workers can return to their jobs with improved pay and benefits.

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