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Arizona lawmakers vote to impose contract on rail workers, fend off strike (access required)

Most members of Arizona’s congressional delegation joined the rest of the House Wednesday to give overwhelming bipartisan approval to a bill that would head off a national rail strike by imposing contract terms on rail workers’ unions.

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