US railroads to begin cutting service as deal with biggest unions remains elusive

US railroads to begin cutting service as deal with biggest unions remains elusive

The stakes are high for a rail labor deal to be reached because the Association of American Railroads estimates that a strike would cost the US economy $2 billion per day, while a disruption would be a political liability for the Biden administration.

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