Clinton postpones strike move

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The Independent Online
President Bill Clinton moved to postpone any strike at the Amtrak railroad by 60 days, acting two days after the Teamsters Union ended a disruptive two-week walkout at United Parcel Service (UPS). The President intervened by invoking the Railway Labor Act, a law that empowers him to prevent a disruption of interstate commerce.

Reuters - Edgartown, Massachusetts