The Hanford Atomic Metal Trades Council and contractors at south-central Washington's Hanford Nuclear Reservation have been negotiating for 18 months.
The union agreed to put the offers to a vote and to remain neutral as workers considered the proposed collective bargaining agreement, covering issues including pay, health care benefits and retirement.
The Tri-City Herald reports that workers decisively rejected the offers Tuesday night.
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