S Pakistan relations are at an impasse
, US pressurizing Pakistan and closing towards India.
Bruce Rauner and Democrats in the Illinois Legislature have been at an impasse
on the state budget since last summer.
Talks between House Republicans and President Barack Obama were at an impasse
and rank-and-file House members headed home.
Circuit, claiming that the NLRB's finding of refusal to bargain was not supported by the evidence, which showed the two parties were at an impasse
We have cancelled the announcement and we are at an impasse
Kermit Meling, chairman of the union's state bargaining team, called the state's decision that talks were at an impasse
a negotiating tactic meant to start the clock so it could impose its final offer.
The union has asked the National Mediation Board to declare talks at an impasse
Teachers, who are at an impasse
in contract talks with the district over pay, have said they won't support the bond unless the district pledges to use the money to retire the majority of its debt, incurred in the 1990s for school construction.
We are at an impasse
in terms of the negotiations, but that does not mean it is a dead issue.
A spokesperson for Boeing said executives are awaiting a union response, and said that once the union agrees the talks are at an impasse
, the company could impose terms of the last contract or Boeing's last offer.
A half-century of constructive "revisionism" in the study of Reconstruction has arrived at an impasse
It was admitted that discussions between the AMA and the national nursing associations was at an impasse
as far as the registered care technologist proposal was concerned.
With contract negotiations at an impasse
, Ventura County nurses claimed gender bias Tuesday in urging supervisors to support their demand for a pay hike comparable to one granted public safety employees.