The only remaining issue from an October 1991-to-March 1998 strike by workers at Caterpillar Incorporated was resolved Saturday when union members voted to accept a $16.9 million wage increase package.

The unresolved issue from the contentious Caterpillar labor disputes concerned whether United Auto Worker union members who sat out the strike were entitled to cost-of-living wage increases.

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