The Senate passed legislation Thursday to avoid an economically catastrophic rail strike one day after the House approved the measure.
It now goes to President Joe Biden, who said he “will sign the bill into law.” He had pleaded with Congress to act swiftly, warning of major harm to supply chains that could disrupt supplies of clean drinking water and gasoline in an already fragile economy.
“Working together, we have spared this country a Christmas catastrophe in our grocery stores, in our workplaces, and in our communities,”…….[read more]
Why did the U.S. government get involved in the rail strike instead of just letting labor and management come to an agreement themselves? Should the government get involved in business, why?
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