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The Wall Street Journal

Railroad Strike Hinges on Dispute Over Attendance Insurance policies

One of many labor unions representing U.S. railroad employees mentioned its members rejected a tentative settlement its leaders had reached, a setback in efforts to keep away from a possible strike that would disrupt the movement of goods across the country.

The Worldwide Affiliation of Machinists and Aerospace Employees mentioned its 4,900 members had voted to reject a deal reached with the most important U.S. freight railroads as a part of larger broader negotiations.

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