After years of intense haggling and political infighting — and millions of dollars in lost convention business — Philadelphia officials hope that the new labor union agreement at the Pennsylvania Convention Center will mark the dawn of a new era for the beleaguered center. The 10-year labor agreement, struck in July between the center's board and the six unions at the facility, funnels all labor needs through a third-party broker and reduces the number of distinct jurisdictions from six to ...

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