The WGA's planning to send out its ratification ballot to members shortly and has also told members that they can submit pro and con statements if those statements are signed by 10 members. There's no charge to do so but the pages must be camera ready and submitted to the WGA by noon Thursday.

The ratification vote is used as the formal approval of the new three-year deal and is expected to be completed in about two weeks.

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