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LIRR workers hold rally in Massapequa ahead of possible strike

Workers have been without a contract since 2010.

Workers have been without a contract since 2010.

A rally was held today in Massapequa in support of Long Island Rail Road workers, who are demanding more money and new contracts from the MTA.

With a possible strike looming on July 20, more than 1,000 LIRR union members came out to make their voices heard. Workers have been without a contract since 2010.

The MTA has proposed an 11 percent raise over six years, but the union is asking...

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