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Railroads

In a case stemming from a 19th-century practice known as a “shop agreement,” a federal court in Texas ruled in favor of Union Pacific Railroad, voiding an agreement that the railroad must employ a certain percentage of its office and shop employees in Palestine, Texas.

TYLER, Texas — In a case stemming from a 19th-century practice known as a “shop agreement,” a federal court in Texas ruled in favor of Union Pacific Railroad, voiding an agreement that the railroad must employ a certain percentage of its office and shop employees in Palestine, Texas. 

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