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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Musicians from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra voted Tuesday night to authorize a strike. This comes after the musicians rejected a proposed agreement with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association over a new labor contract.

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Musicians claim that the proposal included pay cuts for the first three years.

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The association does not know if those musicians will actually go on strike, as the 2016-2017 Symphonic Series is scheduled to start on Friday night. A date for the strike has not been set. But it could now come at any time.

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Musicians are meeting with the association on Wednesday to make another attempt at reaching an agreement. The musicians have already been trying to get a new deal for the past 14 months.