House Moves to Avert a Rail Strike

Posted on AllSides November 30th, 2022
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Politics, Railroad Strike, US House of Representatives
Haiyun Jiang/The New York Times

The House moved toward approving legislation on Wednesday to avert a nationwide rail strike by imposing a labor agreement between rail companies and their workers, as lawmakers rushed to shield the economy from the threat of a holiday-season work stoppage and prevent a disruption in shipping across the country.

Acting quickly the day after President Biden made a personal appeal at the White House, the House opened debate on a bill that would force the rail companies and employees to abide by a tentative agreement that the Biden administration helped...

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