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(Undated)  --  The WNBA and the players' union announced a tentative labor agreement Tuesday.  Under the new collective bargaining agreenment, players compensation will exceed six figures for the first time.  The deal also includes improvement in maternity and child care benefits, enhanced travel standards and an avenue to equitable revenue sharing, all of which positions the WNBA as a progressive leader at a time when female athletes around the world are demanding better pay and treatment from their leagues.  The WNBA said it aims to make the league the top priority for players who play abroad.

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