WGA votes to authorize strike — bringing Hollywood closer to potential shutdown
The members of the Writers Guild of America voted yesterday to authorize a strike, should they fail to reach an agreement with The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers by May 1. If the writers go on strike, it could shut down Hollywood.
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