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Large rail union SMART-TD votes to reject labor deal as national strike moves closer

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SMART-TD, one of the largest railroad labor unions, voted down the tentative agreement with rail management, raising the likelihood of a strike in December. The BLET, the other largest union which represents engineers, voted to ratify the labor deal but said it will honor the picket line.
Published 2 months ago · Washington, United States

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