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Senate rejects proposal to give rail workers seven days of paid sick leave

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The Senate voted on Thursday to reject a proposal to give railway workers seven days of sick leave, a benefit that was left out of a labor deal between freight rail companies and unionized workers that was brokered by the Biden administration.
Published 2 months ago · Washington, United States

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