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AGMA Seeks Injunction Against City Opera

The National Labor Relations Board has received a request from the American Guild of Musical Artists to seek a federal court injunction to prevent New York City Opera from leaving Lincoln Center. AGMA, the union that represents City Opera's singers, chorus members, dancers, and production personnel, filed the request in connection to the charges of unfair labor practices it brought against the opera in May.

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