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Senate passes railroad labor agreement, averting strike ahead of the holidays

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The Senate passed legislation on Thursday averting a national rail strike, and potentially sparing the U.S. economy from taking another hit ahead of the holidays. NBC News’ Ryan Nobles breaks down whether the bill had bipartisan support from lawmakers and how President Biden is reacting.