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Talks resuming Thursday in Long Island rail labor dispute

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MINEOLA — Talks aimed at averting a strike at the nation’s largest commuter railroad are continuing. A Long Island Rail Road spokesman says the agency and union leaders will resume face-to-face negotiations Thursday after an all-day session Wednesday. The unions say they’re reviewing developments out of the session and are maintaining contact with the railroad’s negotiators via teleconference. The sides resumed talks at Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s urging after a two-day impasse over whether future employees ...


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