Arizona lawmakers vote to impose contract on rail workers, fend off strike

The House gave bipartisan approval to a measure that would head off a possible national rail strike by forcing workers to accept a tentative contract they had rejected. The bill now heads to the Senate for approval. (U.S. Department of Energy/Courtesy via Cronkite News)

The House gave bipartisan approval to a measure that would head off a possible national rail strike by forcing workers to accept a tentative contract they had rejected. The bill now heads to the Senate for approval. (U.S. Department of Energy/Courtesy via Cronkite News)

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