By: CBS 4 Newsroom
Iowa's largest union and the state, have a new contract.
Governor Terry Branstad said this is the first time since collective bargaining began in Iowa, that no pay increases were awarded.
The contract for 20,000 AFSCME workers is for the next 2 years.
Under the deal, workers won't have to pay toward health care premiums.
The two sides came to the agreement through neutral arbitration.