Labor leader blasts Biden for his anti-union stance, saying his decision ‘contradicts everything’: report

The New York Times reported on Tuesday that there is growing dissatisfaction among some union workers with President Biden’s handling of labor-business disputes.

The article, titled “‘Most Pro-Union President,’ Faces Doubts in Labor Ranks,” was written by reporter Noam Scheiber.

“[I]n recent weeks, after Mr. Biden assisted in imposing a contract on railroad workers that four unions had rejected, in part due to a lack of paid sick days, many labor activists and scholars have begun to question: How supportive is the president, really?” Scheiber provided information.

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