LIRR workers could strike if no deal by July

January 16, 2014 7:58:22 PM PST
There's word of a possible strike on the nation's busiest commuter railroad.

Talks have reportedly stalled between the MTA and nearly 6,000 workers of the Long Island Rail Road.

If they can't come to an agreement by July, the unions could strike.

They're pushing for gradual raises for workers.

But, the MTA says it can't afford to give them any more money.

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