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NFL Locks Out Referees After Union Makes Economic Demands
Published June 5, 2012
NFLRA General Counsel Michael Arnold previously said that NFLRA members had not taken a strike vote, wanted to work and were getting ready for the season. But Arnold did not return repeated phone calls and text messages yesterday. FMCS spokesman John Arnold said in an e-mail, "No further meetings have been scheduled at this time. Mediators remain in contact with the parties, and we have no additional comments."