Senate Passes Bill To Avoid Rail Strike

  • On Thursday, the Senate voted to enforce a proposed settlement agreed upon by the rail companies and union leaders in September to avoid a rail strike.
  • Some of the 12 unions rejected the settlement, which raised the possibility of a strike ensuing on December 9.
  • The Senate bill passed 80-15 and comes one day after the House voted to impose the agreement.
  • The measure now goes to President Biden for his approval.
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