Two rail unions vow to continue fight against UP-SP merger

Burke, Jack
March 1996
Traffic World;3/18/96, Vol. 245 Issue 12, p33
Trade Publication
Reports that the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees and the Transportation Communications Union have made known their opposition to the Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger. Comments from Mac Fleming, BMWE President.


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