US Congress blocked nationwide rail strike
The US Senate approved the bill that would block the national strike that has been threatening the country over the last few months on Thursday 1 December. Moreover, they rejected the amendment that would include seven days of paid sick leave for the workers. The Senate also rejected a proposal to extend the cooling-off period by 60 days to allow for further negotiations on the grounds that the deal had already been negotiated.
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