Biden signs bill to avert rail strike, says fight for paid sick time not over

Biden signs bill to avert rail strike, says fight for paid sick time not over

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ABC News’ Jay O’Brien reports from Capitol Hill on the latest developments with the averted rail strike and how President Joe Biden plans to fight to get workers paid sick time.

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