Rail Workers Take A Walk
The nation's railroads came to a screeching halt on Apr. 17 when rail union workers walked off their jobs in the first major strike since 1982. Auto makers and other shippers that depend heavily on rail service scrambled for alternatives. Congress and the Bush Administration, fearful of damage to the economy, hustled to write emergency legislation to end the strike.
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