Biden Chilling In London As Rail Strike Looms In U.S.

  • The ‘tentative’ deal struck Thursday meets the needs of only two of the nation’s twelve union groups
  • If just one of those twelve groups votes to reject the White House-brokered deal, the agreement would collapse and strikes could begin
  • Organizer for Railroad Workers United, Ron Kaminkow, said the average rail worker felt ‘a lot of anger, confusion and hostility’ towards the deal
  • Railroad workers are scheduled to vote on the agreement this Thursday, but vote counting could continue well into October
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