No vacation from SUNTRACS

Labor

by James “JB” Bryson

So we are back from our little coastal trip and find that the labor strike is still affecting the areas near our home. The logjam coming into the city (which is already at a slow crawl generally) was quite worse.

Hoping this ends quicker than expected. Getting away for the past few days was just what this old soul needed.

Now I am back to these Supreme Court nominations and seeing what the deal is.

Stay tuned.

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