Hollywood actors’ union asks members to authorize possible strike

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By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The board of Hollywood’s actors union asked members on Thursday to give negotiators the power to call a strike, a move that would add new pressure to major studios already facing a writers’ strike. The SAG-AFTRA actors union set a June 5 deadline for its 160,000 members to cast ballots in a strike authorization vote. If approved, the measure would allow union leaders to call a work stoppage if they cannot reach a new contract agreement with major Hollywood studios. The writers’ strike has disrupted production of late-night shows and some TV series, but …

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