TOMORROW, 2/3: Rail Workers To Rally for Fair Contract in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS - Despite Congressional action to avert a rail strike last year, some U.S. freight railroad workers still do not have a new contract agreement. Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway, the second-largest railroad in Minnesota, has yet to reach a contract with more than half of its U.S. workers who are members of the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes Division (BMWED), a union of workers who build, maintain, repair, and inspect the tracks, bridges, buildings, and facilities used by railroads like CP.

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