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reached. Biden and his economic team have grappled with a series of major supply chain crises from his first weeks in office. None presented more complex dynamics — or a more dramatic threat to the US economy — than the one he faced this week. Here’s what the railroads and unions agreed to Faced with an increasingly volatile mix of elements, administration officials have taken pains throughout the process to stick to the established legal framework and precedent. Biden’s economic team, battle tested by months of port and trucking supply chain crunches, has shifted its well-honed, cross-agency supply chain contingency planning into high gear. Over the course of 20 hours on Wednesday, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh huddled with union and freight rail company representatives in an effort to break the logjam. The closely guarded discussions left those outside the room, including some in the White House, attempting to divine whether the length, or perhaps the selection of Italian food for dinner, signaled meaningful progress. Biden was asking his team for near real-time updates as they weighed when to have him engage directly, sources said. Administration struck delicate political balance White House officials, who viewed an agreement as a necessity, had no misconception about the enormity of the stakes. There was the threat to the broader economy, still contending with an uncertain and unpredictable post-pandemic world. Tentative railroad deal could avert a disaster neither the nation nor Biden could afford A flood of statements throughout Wednesday from industry groups across nearly every critical US economic sector sought to detail the potential for devastating consequences of a shutdown. The clear and sustained effort to outline catastrophic damage should talks
fail coincided with the union contentions that there would be no deal if their chief demand on attendance policies was not addressed. Many of the consequences were outlined in letters to congressional leaders, where Democrats have been reticent to pursue their authority to impose a settlement to end the impasse out of concern it would undercut union allies in the middle of negotiations. Administrations officials were keenly aware that the timing of the amped-up campaign across industry trade groups to highlight catastrophic consequences coincided with the most critical point of the negotiations. “This is how any high-stakes negotiation goes,” the source familiar with the White House approach said. “All parties are always seeking leverage.” But the necessity of maintaining economic stability at a time of high inflation had also run directly into Biden’s own pledge to be the most pro-union president in US history. It’s an unequivocal, if bold, pledge backed both by his actions and with an array of key White House advisers who have close career ties to labor. “I promised you I would be, and I commit to you: As long I have this job, I will remain that,” Biden said in June remarks to the AFL-CIO labor federation convention. Looming over it all: the midterm elections. They now sit less than eight weeks away and at a moment when Democrats see a burst of unexpected momentum driven by several legislative victories and a base of voters motivated by the Supreme Court decision to strike down Roe v. Wade. Senior White House staff, Cabinet officials and Biden himself had worked the phones for days to try and break the impasse. But they had also made clear in those discussions with industry and union representatives that their role is as a neutral arbiter, people familiar with the conversations said. It’s the approach that guided Biden’s decision to appoint a three-member Presidential Emergency Board widely viewed as apolitical, whose recommendations triggered a 30-day window set to close
“Everyone knew the stakes, but the President really hammered home how deep and catastrophic leaving without an agreement would be for the entire country.” LIVE UPDATES: Rail strike averted after Biden announces tentative deal For administration officials, the tentative agreement to forestall a freight rail shutdown is a moment to exhale, after weeks of a dual-pronged sprint to encourage negotiations while ramping up an all-hands-on-deck effort to secure contingency options for a worst-case scenario that would cascade through the US economy. In a celebratory White House speech Thursday morning, Biden said the agreement “can avert any significant damage” that a shutdown would have wrought. He thanked all of the negotiators for negotiating “in good faith,” calling it a win for the “dignity” of the work of rail workers. “Together, you have reached an agreement that will keep our critical rail system working and avoid disruptions of our economy,” Biden told leaders in the Rose Garden. He added, “This agreement is validation — validation in what I’ve always believed: unions and management can work together.” US President Joe Biden (C), joined by US Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh (2L), Director of the National Economic Council Brian Deese (R), and negotiators of the railway labor agreement, speaks about the railway labor agreement in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, September 15, 2022. (Photo by Mandel NGAN / AFP) (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images) But it also diffuses an acute political landmine that increasingly unsettled Democrats torn between close union allies and the fear of major economic disruption less than two months before the midterm elections. “Nightmare,” one House Democrat told when asked to assess the dynamics the day before a deal was
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