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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer’s administration and labor unions have negotiated a 10 percent pay raise for state workers over the next two years, but there’s a catch: The deal must be approved by legislators who won’t meet until the lame-duck Democratic governor has left office.

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