NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 24, 1992
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(Studio: Katherine Couric) Report introduced.
(New York: Robert Hager) Beginning of a rail strike of sorts with action by the machinists union against CSX Corporation that led to a nationwide rail halt featured; details given of the extent of the strike at Amtrak and commuter rail services and of the impact of a strike on businesses, such as the auto industry, grain storage and livestock producers. [In Congress, Secretary of Transportation Andrew CARD, Representatives Dennis ECKART, Gerry SIKORSKI - debate whether this is a national emergency calling for Congressional action.] Question of when the strike may end discussed.
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