Rail Worker Explains Who Really Removed Sick Leave from the Labor Contract

Posted on AllSides December 5th, 2022
From The Right
Politics, Railroad Strike, Worker Benefits, Sick Leave
AP Photo/Shafkat Anowar, File

As our friends at Twitchy first wrote, ‘207 Republicans’ got trending on Twitter over removing sick leave from the ongoing labor dispute between rail companies and its workers, which has been an economic iceberg throughout the year. Given the struggling economy, no strike must occur. It’s imperative since the financial cost is projected to be in the neighborhood of $2 billion per day and shutter 30 percent of all freight traffic. Commuter-based trains would virtually cease, and there is no way to nationalize the industry. There aren’t enough trained members of the...

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