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Union Pandering Disguised as Railway Safety

Originally published at RealClearPolicy

More workers have gone on strike in the first nine months of 2023 than in all of 2022. Philadelphia alone saw strikes at Temple UniversityRutgers University, and the Liberty Coca-Cola plant.

Union posturing is trending, but it comes at a cost. The United Auto Workers strike began in mid-September and has already hit the economy with over $5.5 billion in losses.

Congress must consider these costs as it reviews the Railway Safety Act of 2023, legislation that further regulates the railroad industry and props up railroad union executives in the process.

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