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Employees Protest for Better Pay, Benefits

Employees Protest for Better Pay, Benefits



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(KSL News) -- About 200 employees from Alliant Tech Systems protested in Salt Lake City this afternoon at the Gateway.

Police showed up to make sure things didn't get out of hand.

Members of the United Steel Workers union want a better contract that would secure employee retirements and increase health care and wages.

Kyle Wulle, U.S. United Steel Workers International: "We want a decent contract. We want what's fair. We've worked for bad wages, and we've done all the work to make them the profit, and now we want our share."

The Alliant Tech workers build rocket motors.

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