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HISTORY: White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters that a possible rail strike was "unacceptable because of the impact it would have on jobs, families, farms, businesses and communities across the country."
More than 400 groups on Monday urged Congress to intervene in an ongoing railroad worker standoff that threatens to shut down food and fuel shipments and strand rail travelers while wreaking billions of dollars in economic damage.
The US Chamber of Commerce and other national trade groups warned that the impact of a potential strike could be felt as early as December 5.
A rail disruption could freeze nearly 30% of US freight shipments by weight, fuel inflation and cost the American economy up to $2 billion a day by triggering a cascade of transportation problems that will hurt US energy, agriculture and... , manufacturing, healthcare and retail sectors.

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