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WNBA Proposal Seen As First Movement Towards New Labor Deal
Published October 2, 2013
"The Negotiating Committee and union staff appreciate your patience and steadfast support, particularly in light of the seeming lack of movement up to this point," Wheeler stated in the memo. "It appears that the owners and the league recognized the players' frustration with the delay in delivering the initial proposal and have responded accordingly. We hope to maintain and build some momentum in the negotiations in the coming weeks and will keep you informed."