- A redundancy, but nevertheless found in certain statutes. A labor dispute in a seasonal industry may permissibly be deemed in "active progress" subsequently to the reaching of a dead line fixed for negotiating a collective bargaining agreement for the ensuing season, within the meaning of a provision of the Alaska Unemployment Compensation Act, where conferences between the union and employees continued after such date. Unemployment Com. v Aragon, 329 US 143, 91 L Ed 136, 67 S Ct 245.
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