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Lawmakers acknowledged, however, that their efforts would most likely be undermined if the airplane maker's machinists union votes down a proposed labor contract due to go before the membership on Wednesday.
A contract locking in Boeing's labor costs, along with the tax incentives, is crucial to state officials' plan to keep the 777X production local. Boeing has said that without approval of the labor contract, it would be looking at other potential locations.
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