School Bus Driver Strike Could End Next Week

The National Labor Relations Board is expected to rule on a formal complaint from the bus companies claiming the strike is illegal

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    The  New York City school bus driver strike could come to an end as early as next Tuesday.

    The National Labor Relations Board is expected to rule on a formal complaint from the bus companies claiming the strike is illegal.
       
    The bus companies are being fined for missed routes and say they're being punished for a dispute between the city and school bus driver's union.
       
    Drivers went on strike last Wednesday to protest the city's plan to re-bid bus contracts -- a move that they say jeopardizes their job security.

    Strike Affects Thousands of Kids With Special Needs

    [NY] Strike Affects Thousands of Kids With Special Needs
    The threat of a school bus strike in New York City has parents, including those who have children with special needs, looking for ways to get their kids to and from school. (Published Wednesday, Jan 16, 2013)

    More than 150,000 students depend on the buses to get to school.

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