MANHATTAN BEACH (AP) — Kaiser Permanente and unions representing 105,000 health care workers across the United States have reached a tentative contract agreement.

A joint statement released Monday by Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions praised the three-year agreement, which would cover registered nurses, pharmacists, and maintenance and service workers. They say the plan includes 2 percent to 4 percent wage increases each year depending on the region.

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The tentative agreement also includes better dental coverage, life insurance and tuition reimbursement, among other benefits.

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The plan has to be ratified by the 28 local unions this summer and Kaiser Permanente leadership. It would cover 81,000 workers in California; 8,500 in Oregon and Washington; 5,000 in Colorado; 5,500 in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia; 1,800 in Georgia; and 800 in Hawaii.

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