U.S. supply chain under threat as unions, railroads clash 

RAILROAD ENGINEERS accepted their deal with the railroads that will deliver 24% raises but conductors rejected the contract casting more doubt on whether the industry will be able to resolve the labor dispute before next month’s deadline without Congress’ help. / GENE J. PUSKAR / ASSOCIATED PRESS
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Railroad engineers accepted their deal with the railroads that will deliver 24% raises but conductors rejected theirs, threatening the health of the economy just before the holidays and casting more doubt on whether the industry will be able to resolve the labor dispute before next month's deadline without the help of…

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