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AOC, Rubio find common ground on rail union strike: 'A rarity'
How Congress can ‘solve’ the rail problem
Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen President Michael Baldwin discusses Congress’ involvement to avoid a rail strike, arguing a strike is the ‘last thing’ the industry wants.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said Thursday that she and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., had found common ground in the potential rail worker strike that has concerned many across the nation.
"A rarity," she said in reference to a tweet from the Florida Republican earlier this week in which he said he would object to a deal that does not reflect the wishes of the workers.
"The railways and workers should go back and negotiate a deal that the workers, not just the union bosses, will accept," he said in a post Tuesday. "I will not vote to impose a deal that doesn’t have the support of the rail workers."
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