The meeting was to inform members exactly what the agreement is. Although the strike is suspended, it doesn’t mean it is officially over.
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The local branch president said the end of the strike will only happen when the contract is officially ratified.
Saturday’s meeting allowed members to ask any questions prior to voting and also made history as the first time a national executive director of SAG-AFTRA has visited New Mexico.