Peter Andjelkovich, attorney and chief negotiator for the Congress Plaza Hotel speaks at a news conference at the hotel Thursday, May 30, 2013, in Chicago. Striking workers at the downtown hotel are making an "unconditional" offer to return to work after spending nearly a decade walking a picket line. Andjelkovich says he didn't know the offer was coming until union president Henry Tamarin gave him a letter Wednesday saying that the Congress Hotel's striking workers had decided to abandon their walkout. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

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Peter Andjelkovich, attorney and chief negotiator for the Congress Plaza Hotel speaks at a news conference at the hotel Thursday, May 30, 2013, in Chicago. Striking workers at the downtown hotel are making an "unconditional" offer to return to work after spending nearly a decade walking a picket line. Andjelkovich says he didn't know the offer was coming until union president Henry Tamarin gave him a letter Wednesday saying that the Congress Hotel's striking workers had decided to abandon their walkout. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
Peter Andjelkovich, attorney and chief negotiator for the Congress Plaza Hotel speaks at a news conference at the hotel Thursday, May 30, 2013, in Chicago. Striking workers at the downtown hotel are making an "unconditional" offer to return to work after spending nearly a decade walking a picket line. Andjelkovich says he didn't know the offer was coming until union president Henry Tamarin gave him a letter Wednesday saying that the Congress Hotel's striking workers had decided to abandon their walkout. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
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