Quality of life concerns weigh heavily on rail contract vote

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The lack of some benefits most American workers can readily count on, like paid sick leave and regularly scheduled weekends, is driving some railroad workers to veto contracts that include hefty raises and $5,000 bonuses. This week’s vote by the third-largest railroad union against their contract raised the possibility that a…

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