Bernie Sanders: Congress must act to guarantee paid sick leave for rail workers

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Sen. Bernie Sanders: “What we are fighting for, and I think we stand a reasonable chance to succeed, is to take the agreement the president and the Labor Secretary negotiated and add seven days of paid guaranteed sick leave to that.”